Category Gender, Pluralism and Social Inclusion

Idea of Feminist Economics Winning the Nobel Prize: Good News for Women

Empowering women to make life choices, respecting their autonomy, and men's readiness to share in household chores and care work is the way ahead. This year's Economics Nobel, awarded to a woman economic historian, Claudia Goldin, honours analytical scrutiny to questions of not just economic growth but also of sociology and of quotidian attitudes of men and women in domestic, even intimate, spaces.

Charting a Path Towards Feminist Foreign Policy: Chair’s Summary

Feminist Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region an Online International Workshop Program, a Two-Day Immersive Online Discussion Workshop was conducted on 19 and 20 September 2023 by IMPRI, Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi.

Redefining Sovereignty and Building a Just World: Lessons for Feminist Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region

Feminist Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region an Online International Workshop Program, a Two-Day Immersive Online Discussion Workshop was conducted on 19 and 20 September 2023 by IMPRI, Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi.
Panelist FFP in Asia Pacific

Participants List: Feminist Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region

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Rani Rashmoni to Helen Lepcha: The Inspiring Stories of Indian Women Who Fought for Freedom

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.