Equality and Discrimination Category

The Phoenix (Malvika Iyer)
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The Phoenix (Malvika Iyer)

Malvika Iyer, was burnt in a bomb blast but rose from the ashes, like the ‘Phoenix’. This movie highlights the five aspects of life: individual, family, peer group, school, and society; and how inclusion in each aspect has enhanced her quality of life and created a sense of belonging by wiping out discriminatory and physical…

Women in Nepal.
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Why Inequality in India is on the rise

Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay explains how poor fiscal management and inadequate infrastructure drive economic polarisation.  The rise in global inequality is big news in both popular and academic literature. Much of the economic literature attributes this to the fast growth of rich nations and the relative slower growth of poorer nations. A similar picture describes India. It…

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