Why do we need to change how we talk about violence against women? Dr. Rajeswari Sunder Rajan, literary and gender studies scholar, explains.
Why are many domestic violence cases settled out-of-court? Dr. Poulami Roychowdhury, sociologist, explains.
From divorce settlements to sexual violence cases, why is a woman's moral character always on trial in court? Flavia Agnes, women's rights lawyer, explains.
Does the death penalty work as a deterrent for rape? Flavia Agnes, lawyer and co-founder of Majlis, explains.
How did people's customs challenge scripture-based laws in colonial India? Dr. Janaki Nair, historian, explains.
How did colonial laws impact the inheritance rights of Mughal slaves? Dr. Indrani Chatterjee, historian, explains.
What are the advantages and limitations of legislation when it comes to discrimination against LGBTQ+ identifying persons? Dr. Niharika Banerjea, sociologist at Ambedkar University Delhi, explains.
The Kerala High Court noted that rape should be a gender neutral offence — but this has been a bone of contention among feminists for many years.