ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Nari Mukti Sangharsh Sammelan

Nari Mukti Sangharsh Sammelan AFTER a full 100 years of the international decade of women, and in spite of the growth of organisation and consciousness, women in India continue to experience increasing violence, rape and dowry deaths. They are excluded more and more from work in the organised sector; they continue to be marginalised as labourers and peasants, and their con- tribution to subsistence and reproduction remains unrecognised. In spite of this, large numbers of women are today ready to fight the growing goondaism and fundamentalism which seeks to push them backwards under patriarchal control, to keep them property-less and resourccless and to deprive them of all rights as human beings. Women have joined in people's democratic struggles of all kinds and are creating their own organisations and movements. As part of this struggle, women from all over the country are coming together on February 5-8, 1988 to organise a Nari Mukti Sangharsh Sammelan in Bihar.

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