The gender dimension of city planning had long been overlooked. Delhi needs to improve the design of streets and buildings, training and sensitizing police, and hiring more women police officers. The city’s physical environment must be reworked—for example, through better street lighting, building better alternatives to dark and secluded walkways, or even positioning bus stops in safer areas.

Something about beauty, which is perfection, always touches, moves and inspires people. Judging by the responses to the blog I seem to have done that. I truly appreciate you all, who make that extra effort to share with me how you feel. That is my inspiration to write every week. […]

Parivartan – a not-for-profit society working towards development of individual and institutional capacities in various thematic areas for development project management is launching a new training programme titled, ‘Gender Mainstreaming through Gender Responsive Budgeting’. This programme is designed for personnel in development agencies and projects; and development professionals striving for addressing and mainstreaming gender concerns in […]

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