It’s been 15 years since the UN passed UNSCR 1325. How has Women, Peace, and Security policy changed in Afghanistan and the Congo since then? BY PRIYALI SUR | OCTOBER 21, 2015, 11:47 AM Oct. 31, 2000, was a landmark day in the fight for women’s rights. The United Nations Security Council adopted UNSCR 1325 recognizing the disproportionate impact that… Continue Reading
‘Men Against the Tide’ features men from rural and urban India who are challenging patriarchal norms and risking their life to fight for women’s rights. It tells the inspiring story of 7 men from across the country who have risked their lives to join the fight for gender equality.
In India, the battle for justice is on many fronts for women who survive acid attacks. They continue, in part, because the government has failed to regulate the sales of acid and police have repeatedly failed to even take reports of attacks.
A documentary filmed in India that captures the trauma faced by rape survivors who are socially ostracized and have to battle a prejudiced and insensitive criminal justice system.