Post Tagged with: "Indian rape scandal"

The Rootedness of Inequality

The Rootedness of Inequality

Violence against women and the societal attitudes that often provide the conditions which condone such acts cannot be parked solely within the developing world.

Eliminating Violence Against Women: Sexism and Scholarly Responsibility

Eliminating Violence Against Women: Sexism and Scholarly Responsibility

Sexism is global. Gender equality is not yet a norm that has sunk in. Supporting substantial gender equality is a responsibility and should be a personal commitment for all of us.

The Rape Case in India: Evidence for the Globalisation of Human Rights?

The Rape Case in India: Evidence for the Globalisation of Human Rights?

India’s negative publicity points to a state that has failed to protect the rights of its citizens. That is a notoriety that a global economic power should work to avoid.

The Delhi Rape Case: Rethinking Feminism and Violence Against Women

The Delhi Rape Case: Rethinking Feminism and Violence Against Women

Western feminism needs the support of Indian feminists to reconsider its third wave obsession with diversity and to rethink its politics and scholarship around violence against women.

The Indian Gang-Rape Case: Do Human Rights Go Global?

The Indian Gang-Rape Case: Do Human Rights Go Global?

Rather than being a proof of globalized human rights, the rape scandal in India should be used as a lesson about the effectiveness and usefulness of the media in their struggle for human rights.

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