A friend asked me today why I hadn’t said anything or sent a single mail about the recent rapes in UP. Continue reading
AID US Conference 2009, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Forming five groups, participants took 20 cards, on which names of various “to do” or “to be” items were printed such as Continue reading
Questions of violence against women lead us back to everyday injustice in our homes, offices, and even in our language. Gender issues have a tendency to become overwhelming and gender bias can seem inescapable.
A tool that can help us think through gender justice is the concept of the gender footprint. We all carry some gender bias, Continue reading