Killing a Mockingbird: Letter to my unborn daughter
There is something about education that confers dignity and breaks chains. It is the reason, dear daughter, why I...
Interfaith peacework: a glimmer of solidarity
Just as borders, once drawn, become subject to militant patrol, so are the lives and bodies of women once they are...
A soundbite for the poor
How should civil society convey the countless loopholes, miseries and quiet victories of development in this digital...
Different pasts, shared future
Note to self: Make sure you know the meaning of the past before you set about cleaning the windows of the future!...
Cry of a migrant
"I may able to give my children whatever they may need and ask for but the sacrifices in exchange of all these is...
Life on a knife edge: migrant domestic workers in the UK
At what point do the rights of migrant domestic workers as human beings and as workers start to take precedence over...
Published in: openIndiaHonour killing: India's continuing shame
The number of love marriages might have increased in India's cities but the reality remains different in many of its villages
Violence targets the weakest
We have found that the primary cause of all the violence and submission which women undergo is discrimination, and...