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Encourage healthy relationships between all genders from an early age, erasing the reign of patriarchy.
“There’s so much outrage this time, and outrage can change things. ”
Twenty personalities — lawyers, activists, writers, filmmakers — suggest some real solutions of how to stop rape.
Read all of them on Tehelka.
The BBC’s met the family of the 23-year-old Indian student who was fatally gang-raped inside a bus in the capital, Delhi last December to find out how life had changed for them after her death. Find out more here.
“What the rapist said is the view of many men in India. Let us not pretend all is well…”
“Sabto is one of a small, but growing number of women who are shattering the culture of silence that surrounds crimes such as domestic violence and rape – emboldened by initiatives like self defence classes and community patrols run by Delhi police following the brutal gang rape and murder of a woman a year ago.”
Read the full article here.
The BBC’s Geeta Pandey in Delhi recalls cases which made the headlines, then faded from public memory.
“We need to end the ambiguity of “ambiguous” scenarios. Every young man should know exactly what rape is.”
Check out the list on Time magazine.
“India should hang its head in shame over an ongoing rape crisis and dire standards of public sanitation, India’s new prime minister Narendra Modi told the nation in his first Independence Day address. Women in India should be valued more, Modi said, which begins with addressing the country’s disgraceful record on infanticide.”
Read more about this on Newsweek.
“The BBC brought forward the transmission of a hard-hitting documentary about the gang rape of a young woman in Delhi following the decision by Indian authorities to ban the film.
India’s Daughter had been scheduled for Sunday, International Women’s Day, but it aired on Wednesday night on BBC4.”
Find out more on the Guardian.