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Priya: The comic about a rape victim challenging India's attitude to sexual violence

March 24, 2015 at 12PM EST

The Independent, March 19, 2015: In December 2012 thousands marched along Delhi’s cold streets, braving police violence, to protest at the death of a 23-year-old woman gang raped so brutally she later died from her injuries. Last week, a BBC...

Celebrities, the Fashion Industry, and Global Partners Unite to Launch Anti Gender Violence Global Program at Lakmé Fashion Week

March 24, 2015 at 11AM EST

The World Bank, March 17, 2015, Mumbai: Celebrated designer Manish Malhotra has been joined by Hollywood actress Rosario Dawson to present The Blue Runway, the opening night evening slot of Lakmé Fashion Week and the launch of WEvolve, a global...

Violence against women rises in Ebola-hit nations - ministers

March 24, 2015 at 11AM EST

Thomson Reuters Foundation, March 18, 2015, United Nations: The Ebola epidemic in West Africa exacerbated violence against women and rolled back access to reproductive healthcare in the region, ministers from Guinea and Liberia said on Wednesday.