With a solid understanding of the need for affirmative action, the LPPYF session engages a thorough exploration of reservation policies and their practical implementation.
The Women’s reservation bill has for years languished in the halls of India’s Parliament. Now finally after it has been passed in 2023, there is a need to study what this bill entails and how effective will the bill actually be.
The Nipah virus is a zoonotic pathogen from the family Paramyxoviridae, genus Henipavirus. The zoonotic cycle of NiV includes fruit bats also known as flying foxes of the family Pteropodidae (natural hosts) and pigs (intermediate hosts). Infected bats act as a carrier for NiV and it is communicable to both humans as well as animals and various cases also suggest its transmission via nosocominal mode. The majority of the patients infected with the virus show symptoms of central nervous system damage along with acute encephalitis with fever, dizziness, or vomiting and till now no formal treatment has been developed for the same.
Feminist Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region | An Online International Workshop Program | A Two-Day Immersive Online Discussion Workshop | September 2023 | IMPRI #WebPolicyLearning Participants/Registrations List: Participants/Registrations List Feminist Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region An Online International Workshop Program A Two-Day…
Gender equality remains a central issue in societies worldwide. Public policy is pivotal in addressing gender disparities, promoting women's empowerment, and fostering an inclusive and equitable environment. The Impact and Policy Research Institute (IMPRI) Gender Impact Studies Centre is a vanguard in championing evidence-based public policy discussions, research, and advocacy in gender.
A Four Week Online Certificate Training Course on “Ending Violence Against Women: Awareness of Laws and Policies in India”, organized by the Gender Impact Studies Center (GISC), at the IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi. The session was on “Domestic Violence Laws and Other Measures” by Adv Shalu Nigam, Advocate, Author, and Researcher, Gender and Human Rights & Visiting Senior Fellow IMPRI.
A Four Week Online Certificate Training Course on “Ending Violence Against Women: Awareness of Laws and Policies in India”, organized by the Gender Impact Studies Center (GISC), at the IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi. The session was on “Ensuring Safety of Women in Homes: Special Remarks” by Prof. Bijayalaxmi Nanda, Principal, and Professor of Political Science, Miranda House, University of Delhi.