There is an urgent need to look into the critical aspects that make women extremely vulnerable to the social and economic effects of the crises.
On International Day of Action for Women’s Health, it is important to generate awareness on women's health and rights.
A gender-just society can only be achieved when masses collectively condemn violence towards women.
Studies show women’s economic empowerment can help poverty reduction, and create a more educated next generation.
The irony is that to even acknowledge gender inequality, the world needs a powerful man to tweet about the problem.
Even if we woke up tomorrow to a world of complete equality, most women would still be at a disadvantage compared to men.
Women are the direct victims of violent masculine behaviour. But men are hurt by this too, in ways that even dehumanise them.
Who is to be blamed for this situation in 2018?
One look at how many women got tickets to contest polls shows why 'Beta, Beti Ek Saman' is just lip-service.
I didn't go near discrimination, sexism, superficiality and judgment that women go through daily, he said.