Women Achievers – Small Town, Big Dreams

What do places like Palakkad, Kumardhubi, Barwani, Bokaro, Dehradun and Baroda have in common? They may not feature in the list of being a metro, but these are the places where strong-willed and courageously beautiful women come from, and they’re not afraid to step out of their comfort zones to achieve their dreams. Here is a story of six different women from various parts of India who have carved a niche for themselves be it in the field of education, accounting or arts!

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Does Positive Body Image impact men?

Does body image only impact women? Aren’t men affected by it too? Kavita Srivastava, does an in depth research on the idea of what an ideal body image should be based on societal standards, its effects on the mind that not only impacts women, but also men. She shares startling findings that you must know before you think anything negative about the way you look. Read on to find out more!

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Student Testimonial by Amrita Paul

Our hearts fill with joy seeing yet another student, Amrita Paul, a Senior Programme Officer with the Prison Reforms Programme, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative take flight after completing our Writing Program. This has been one of the most interactive sessions we have had, where we discussed everything related to legal and human rights, to travel, baking and life in general. I am truly humbled and honoured to have mentored Amrita, a wonderful human being, a thorough professional and an exceptional writer.

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Should Legal Education be made mandatory for the youth?

This Women’s Day as we celebrate the beauty and strength of women across the globe, Amrita Paul, a Human Right Advocate talks about why Legal Education is mandatory amongst the youth in our country. As women have been carving an equitable space for themselves since centuries, Amrita urges every citizen of our country to strive for equal rights, freedom and opportunities for all.

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