Access to Justice: using laws to promote and protect women’s rights
24-25 September, 2016, Guwahati
The Northeast is telling its own stories – is India listening?
Tisha Srivastav interviews Rita Banerji, award winning Indian wildlife filmmaker and founder member of a new Northeastern initiative called the Green Hub.
Safe Mobility for Women
Case of Guwahati
This study investigates the nature of women’s mobility in the context of Guwahati, the only
nearly metropolitan city in north-east India.
Weaving is done exclusively by women in the NE region of India. Various kinds of looms are used, some of which are the throw shuttle loom, fly shuttle loom, Waist loom or the Back strap loom. The latter is popularly used amongst the ethnic communities
Green Hub Fellowship 2016
To engage, and empower local youth and the community to conserve biodiversity in the NER in an innovative way, using the visual medium to renew and deepen the respect and understanding of nature and its
Bringing women together Towards gender parity by 2030
As the world moves to end gender disparity by 2030, women in Phek district of Nagaland State are already closing the gender gap.
Enquiry into the status of women in Nagaland
The research was carried out in 3 districts covering 6 villages in Nagaland, between January 2014–March 2016. The objective of the research was to make an enquiry into the status of women in diverse socio-cultural contexts in rural Nagaland, to create a valid evidence of the main issues of gender discrimination/ violence faced by women in the personal and public spheres, and to advocate for policy change and future interventions.
A Support Centre for Women
“Iohlynti” a Khasi word meaning “the way”, is the first hospital based support centre for women established in North East India on 28 November 2011. The Centre was set up to respond