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PICTURED ABOVE: Internally displaced women from Kunduz living in Khaskapa Camp sharing their stories of displacement and ongoing struggles for security, safety, and resources. 

Displacement is not a gender-neutral experience. 

The recognition that women, adolescent girls...

Hakim Yasir Abbas is a passionate law professor from Kashmir. As a critic of orthodox teaching methodologies, which he believes have hindered the development of legal thought in India, he encourages creativity and dialogue in the classroom. Currently, he is an Assistan...

Part II of the our series on 1325 and Conflict in India. Read Part I here.

In North East region of India and Kashmir conflict and peace-building exercises have been quite protracted. Both of these regions have been challenged with developing an effective way to harness...

Wrapped under cover for years, known by only a few, the Rohingya crisis is now very much a part of the public consciousness with varied layers of concerns raising a public debate. 40,000 Rohingyas in India (based across Hyderabad, Delhi and Jammu) are faced with the th...

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