I am Nirbhaya
A year ago tens of thousands came out in protest on the streets in India. Angry, hurt and exhausted that it had happened again, another girl had lost her life to a sexual assault of the most brutal kind. The collective Indian memory remembers her as Nirbhaya, the fearless one—perhaps...
I Refuse to be Silenced
The names in this video have been changed to protect identities. A marriage proposal came for her. She met the family, liked them.They liked her. When the boy’s family demanded a dowry, her parents refused. And then started the torment. Community Correspondent Chanda Bharti from Uttar Pradesh reports. She refused...
Breaking the Cycle of Oppression
Widows Exiled From Society
In Kochila district, Odisha, widows are ostracized by their communities.
Hindu Rightwing Terrorizes Haryana
Places of worship and burial grounds taken away from Muslims.
Tribals Suppressed, Rights Ignored
Two tribal leaders in Goa are killed after protests to safeguard their rights.
Unemployment Forces Youth Into Gutters
The caste of those doing manual scavenging has changed, but the exploitation remains.
Rickshaw-Pullers In A Fix
Bengal government wants to ban hand-pulled rickshaws but has not offered the drivers alternative employment.