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How Indian culture has been shaping gender issue and what does the data say?

Posted on March 22, 2024 at 11:30 1 Comment

Indian society is inherently patriarchal, placing male individuals at the centre. In Indian culture, there persists abelief that a man is an asset while a woman is a liability. The girls go through a lot of challenges even before she is born. According to UNICEF, the mortality rate from ages 0-5 is higher for girls than boys.

The core issues lie in persistent problems such as neglect in education, child marriage, unequal nutritional priorities, restricted independence for work,…


Please guide me to write effectively on social issues

Posted on January 7, 2024 at 16:13 0 Comments

I have realised I feel alot and have understanding of the issues which causes the bigger problem. But when it comes to portraying it i fail. Even though i have data. When I try to use data it becomes all robotic and when i share what I share what I feel I become a storyteller. I have seen many amazing people sharing the most insightful knowledge. I'd appreciate you can spare a moment and guide me.
I truly appreciate

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Sakshi Tekam

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