Sexual Harassment at Workplace: How POSH Act Prevent It?

The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, and Redressal) Act, commonly known as the POSH Act, plays a pivotal role in preventing and addressing workplace sexual harassment.

Harmonizing Diversity: Exploring India’s Uniform Civil Code!

The first petition, filed by BJP leader and lawyer Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay in 2019 to seek the establishment of a Uniform Civil Code.

“A Closer Look at Indian Laws Against Elderly Abuse and Neglect”

Elder abuse is a serious violation of their rights that can take many forms, including financial, physical, emotional, or neglect. It's particularly harmful to seniors who are already vulnerable because of their age.

How to Deal with Narcissistic Abuse: Steps to Rebuild Your Life!

Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional abuse that can leave long-lasting psychological and emotional scars. In this article, we will explore how to deal with a narcissist abuse and rebuild your life after experiencing such trauma.

Violence by Acid Attacks: Children and men are equally at risk…

Acid attack is an extremely brutal form of violence, which leaves victims in unbearable daily suffering at all labels. In order to help acid-attack survivors, we urge you to share this article in a manner that raises awareness and creates help. Also, you can connect with the This article explains the incidents related to … Read more

So-Called Honor versus Humanity: What is more important?- By Dr. Navpreet Kaur

Approximately 5,000 women and girls are killed annually in honor killings, mainly in the Middle East and South Asia, but also in countries such as Brazil, Canada, Iran, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Egypt, Sweden, Syria, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States, and others.

“We are empowering the girls to fight against the stigma related to menstruation”- Dr. Navpreet Kaur

The Laxmi Foundation created awareness about Menstrual Hygiene in Chandigarh“Dr.Navpreet Kaur took the initiative to break the stigma” Photo by Karolina Grabowska Educating society about menstruation is important Menstruation is taboo, as bleeding women/girls are mostly considered impure and dirty in India, like in many parts of the world. Thus most often the menstrual health … Read more

How can web series contribute to legal literacy for citizens?

"I have observed from the court based films that they are often represent the facts based on false premises and foundations."

Why are acid attacks on women perpetrated by gender-biased mentality? 

She is fighting against ignorance regarding acid attacks...For Acid-attack's victims , the Supreme Court of India directed that all hospitals, whether private or public, run by a central, state government, or local bodies, should provide first aid and/or medical treatment free of cost. Supreme Court also directed for the minimum compensation of INR 300,000 ($4200)/− to every acid attack victim in all states and union territories.

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