An argument split this impoverished corner of the village of Peepli Khera, prompting an all-male council of elders to impose the most archaic of Indian collective punishments — the sanction of “hookah-pani,” or ostracism from the community– on a small number of women who lived among them, because the village decided the women should not work in nearby meat-processing plants.
Fighting to Work. Gender Discrimination in India | June - August 2015
Fighting to Work. Gender Discrimination in India | June - August 2015
Fighting to Work. Gender Discrimination in India | June - August 2015