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…
The history surrounding the Indian Independence movement has undergone a transformation, progressing from initial colonial narratives to more sophisticated and comprehensive interpretations. It is crucial to shift away from the prevailing mainstream discourse around the movement, which mostly originates from a privileged caste viewpoint, and acknowledge the existence of several alternative voices.
On the 4th day of the educational session initiated by IMPRI, Professor Vibhuti Patel, a visiting professor at IMPRI, was the speaker and she enlightened us with her knowledge on the topic of gender mainstreaming of data, monitoring, and evaluation. She started the session by thanking everyone.
LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship is an Online National Summer School Program, a Two-Month Online Immersive Legal Awareness & Action Research Certificate Training Course and Internship Program, from June-August 2023 by IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute. An informative and interactive panel discussion on “Women’s Rights and Legislative Reforms” was held on — of June 2023 by Adv Flavia Agnes, Women’s Rights Lawyer, Co-founder of Majilis Legal Centre, Mumbai
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Mandatory stay-at-home rules, economic uncertainty, and anxiety caused by the pandemic have led to an increase in domestic violence.
Maya Awasthy talked about Contemporary Legal & Judicial Proceedings & Way Forward surrounding the rights and recognition of India's transgender community. It starts by making a reference to the British colonial era, when transgender people (Hijras) faced discrimination and criminalization. It draws attention to the consequences of the Criminal Tribes Act of 1871, which labelled the Hijras as a criminal tribe.