Women’s employment situation worsened during Lockdown in urban Karnataka
Women’s representation in apartment managing committees poor: Survey
Women tap into creativity to fight sexual violence
A week before Women’s Day, women from different walks of life came together to make themselves heard against sexual violence. They sang, danced, told stories, stitched a quilt, posted notes and bonded with each other. The highlight of the event was that they eliminated jargon from their language of liberation.
Citizen Matters, Vidhi Legal invite you to a discussion on Women’s Safety
Three pointers to ensure speedy justice in sexual assault cases
Time has perhaps come for a separate law for crimes against women: S T Ramesh, ex-DGP
Women working night shifts: What does the law say about ensuring their safety?
Bengaluru’s women factory workers can now do night shifts, but will it help them?
Helplines for women in Bengaluru: Call for rescue, shelter, legal aid and more
“Security cameras, smart cards, street infra essential to make public transport safe”: Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao
What Bengaluru’s new Mayor can build on: A summary of Gangambike Mallikarjun’s work
“I welcome state govt’s move to investigate white-topping”: Mayor Gangambike Mallikarjun
Mayor Gangambike Mallikarjun, known best for initiating ward committee meetings, has only a few days left in her tenure. In this conversation with Citizens’ Live, she explains why she pushed for ward committee meetings, her take on state government’s investigation into white-topping projects, and more