Priya Nanda

International Centre for Research on Women

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Group Group Director for Reproductive Health and Economic Development at the Asia Office of the International Centre for Research on Women

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A gang rape on a bus during broad daylight in Delhi shocked the world two years ago, and India passed new laws for protection of women.

Sexual Violence, Poverty and Politics

A gang rape on a bus during broad daylight in Delhi shocked the world two years ago, and India passed new laws for protection of women.

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The December kidnap, gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old woman have sparked a national outcry in India, with protesters across the country demanding greater protection for women.

India Confronts the Problem of Violence against Women

The December kidnap, gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old woman have sparked a national outcry in India, with protesters across the country demanding greater protection for women.

from To the Point

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