This week in India Loud & Clear we take you into the discriminated lives of India’s mothers, sisters, daughters and wives.
Creating safe spaces to make the voices of women heard and can come together to discuss issues as they face, negotiate and challenge patriarchy.
Menstruation is still a taboo in India, while Muheem, in Varanasi, wants to initiate and normalize the conversation around menstruation.
Khel Badal discussion club is creating a safe space where women can talk about gender, violence and patriarchy.
A woman in Uttar Pradesh has been a victim of forced sexual intercourse by her husband while the law does not consider it “rape”.
Menstruation becomes the reason for women exclusion at Athai, and public places in Rampur, Rajasthan, barring them to participate in any decision making.