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‘डोली में जाना और अर्थी में आना’: एक औरत की ज़िम्मेदारी ?
The Breakthrough Voice
By Farman Ahmed // January 15, 2018
कल की ही बात है, मेरे पड़ोस में रहने वाली रमा दीदी जो कि एक [...]
महिला, कानून और समाज
The Breakthrough Voice
By Neiterpal Singh // January 4, 2018
कहते हैं कि महिलाएं समाज का एक बहुत महत्वपूर्ण व ज़रूरी [...]
Why Are We Protecting The Institution Of Marriage By Justifying Marital Rape?
The Breakthrough Voice
By Barsha Chakraborty // September 27, 2017
Since childhood, we have been taught to perceive marriage as a pious institution. We have been taught that marriage is a beautiful and romantic [...]
Can Anything Stop A Determined Woman?
The Breakthrough Voice
By Radhika // August 10, 2017
*Trigger warning* This is a story about a girl. A girl who could attend school only for half a year because her parents could not afford the school [...]
The Story of Chanda: An Agent of Change
BTGeneration Blog
By Chanda Khan // February 10, 2017
I am Chanda Khan. I currently work at Breakthrough and I am also pursuing my Master’s in Social Work. It was through a public service announcement [...]
A Letter
Domestic Violence
By Suryatapa Mukherjee // February 1, 2017
Ramesh, I went to the temple in the morning. To pray for a better verdict. My mind mocked and laughed. But my heart believed. I have always been [...]
Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
Domestic Violence
By Nyaaya // January 27, 2017
Like the multi-headed serpent Hydra in Greek Mythology, violence against women in India covers many aspects− sexual, social, personal, and public. [...]
Enforcing the ‘Natural Order of Things’
Domestic Violence
By Richa Tyagi // January 25, 2017
When an all men cabinet takes decisions about women’s bodies especially in the world’s most powerful nation and one can no longer say it was just [...]
How Do We Envision Safety For The Girl Child?
#dayofthegirl
By Rajshri Sen // October 18, 2016
I don’t recall a time in my growing up years in Delhi when my sister and I were issued safety warnings, to constantly look behind our shoulders [...]
This Women’s Day is About Being Contrarian
#MakeitSafer
By Breakthrough Team // March 8, 2016
Sometimes research findings are starkly revealing! Take this for example – if half of the country’s population is women (though fast [...]
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