WHAT IS PATRIARCHY BY KAMLA BHASIN PDF

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We will be profiling several innovators and innovations that were identified during the research and crowd-sourcing process over the coming weeks and months. Kamla Bhasin. Photo credit: Jannatul Mawa. At the beginning of , Kamla led a high-profile campaign on social media to promote equal property rights for women in South Asia, called PropertyForHer , bringing together an assorted group of NGOs, civil society networks, trade unions and others working to overcome the cultural barriers that prevent women from owning land or homes.

Discriminatory socio-cultural norms in much of South Asia determine that property is passed on to sons, primarily through inheritance. The campaign included dozens of simple slogans in Hindi, Urdu and English that Kamla and a group of young artists designed and posted in public spaces. Patriarchal laws are being challenged and increasingly incorporate gender equality principles, nearly all universities offer gender studies programs, and misogyny is increasingly condemned.

With plenty of powerful forces still arrayed against women, the fight for gender equality is far from over. The social media campaign MeToo demonstrates how extensive sexual abuse and harassment is around the world. Thousands of groups in India and South Asia continue to confront these forces to promote gender equality. Got something to add? Submit Now Sign up for the Daily Delivery.

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What is Patriarchy?

Kamla Bhasin born 24 April is an Indian developmental feminist activist, poet, author and social scientist. Bhasin's work, that began in , focuses on gender , education, human development and the media. She resigned from her job at the U. She has worked with underprivileged women from tribal and working communities, often using posters, plays and other non literary methods to get through to communities with low literacy rates. She has always maintained that in order to usher effective change, sloganeering must be accompanied by community mobilization. She calls herself 'The Midnight Generation', a reference to the generation of Indians born around the time of independence, 'at the stroke of the midnight hour.. Her father was a doctor in Rajasthan.

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Kamla Bhasin

We will be profiling several innovators and innovations that were identified during the research and crowd-sourcing process over the coming weeks and months. Kamla Bhasin. Photo credit: Jannatul Mawa. At the beginning of , Kamla led a high-profile campaign on social media to promote equal property rights for women in South Asia, called PropertyForHer , bringing together an assorted group of NGOs, civil society networks, trade unions and others working to overcome the cultural barriers that prevent women from owning land or homes. Discriminatory socio-cultural norms in much of South Asia determine that property is passed on to sons, primarily through inheritance. The campaign included dozens of simple slogans in Hindi, Urdu and English that Kamla and a group of young artists designed and posted in public spaces. Patriarchal laws are being challenged and increasingly incorporate gender equality principles, nearly all universities offer gender studies programs, and misogyny is increasingly condemned.

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