Patriarchy Dehumanises Men | Kamla Bhasin | TEDxRamanujanCollege – W/Evaluation Form

Patriarchy Dehumanises Men | Kamla Bhasin | TEDxRamanujanCollege

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The talk throws light on the existing Patriarcy and its severe consequences i.e. dehumanizing men on this planet.It also give us a ray of hope about upcoming change in current scenario.

She has been actively engaged with issues related to development, gender, education, media and others since 1970. Currently, she works with Sangat – A Feminist Network as Adviser and JAGORI, A Women’s Resource and Training Centre and Jagori Rural Charitable Trust as an active member. She is the South Asia Coordinator of One Billion Rising, a global campaign to end violence against women and girls; Co-Chair of the worldwide network Peace Women Across the Globe; and member of South Asians for Human Rights (SAHR). Prior to this, she worked with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations for 27 years. Kamla Bhasin has written extensively on gender, women’s empowerment, participatory and sustainable development, participatory training, media and communication. Most of her books are written for activists and development workers. She has also written a large number of songs and slogans. She is committed to the creation of a peaceful, democratic and pluralist South Asia.

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