Articles by Jagori

Jagori-DMRC campaign: talking about women’s safety

01-02-2017 | Geetha Nambisan | 


From the 21st to 31st of January 2017, Jagori in partnership with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) ran a campaign – using public messaging across 10 metro stations urging each and every citizen to take action to end violence. These banners across the metro stations carried simple messages that encouraged bystanders to take action to end violence.


I’m Alive As I ‘Dared’ To Seek Justice Under 498A

10-08-2016 | By Anuradha Shukla | Women’s Feature Service

According to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), on an average, 8,800 dowry deaths and domestic violence cases are booked every year. Section 498A of the IPC has given protection and relief to harassed women and should continue in its original form; changes in it are only going to defeat the very purpose of this law.

Domestic Workers Discover There’s Strength in Numbers

01-09-2015 | Anuradha Shukla | @ Women's Feature Service
Domestic workers in Jaipur, Rajasthan, have proved that even the most disadvantaged group can change their odds if they stand by each other.

How India Is Breaking The Silence On Violence

22-04-2015 | By Gunjeet Sra | Women's Feature Service

Community responses and bystander intervention are critical pieces in the jigsaw that will lead to ending Violence against Women. This article highlights innovative interventions by individuals and groups towards building awareness of men and boys, women and girls, on this issue.