Speaking at the South Asia Union Summit Led by Women, Nandita Das, Vani Tripathi Tikoo and Saloni Chopra focused on finding solutions to issues impacting women in South Asia.
“Afghanistan is going back to an era where women are silenced again” – Afghan diaspora speak out
Speaking at South Asia Union Summit Led by Women, Afghan-origin journalist Najiba Laima Kasraee and policy researcher Mariam Safi voiced concerns about the future of Afghan women under the Taliban.
“Fatwas are oppressive tools used to control women in Bangladesh” – Dhaka activist Khushi Kabir
Speaking at South Asia Union Summit Led by Women, Bangladeshi human-rights activist Khushi Kabir put the spotlight on tools used by those in power to oppress the disadvantaged and especially women.
Peacebuilder Dr Scilla Elworthy opens South Asia Union Summit Led by Women￼
Author, peacebuilder and three-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr Scilla Elworthy inaugurates eShe's South Asia Union Summit Led by Women.
45 World Speakers Unite for South Asia Union Summit Led by Women
Indian actor Nandita Das and Brit-Afghan journalist Najiba Laima Kasraee among 45 world speakers at eShe's South Asia Union Summit Led by Women.
South Asia Union Summit Led by Women (October 2-3, 2021)
Join in as eminent women from around the world come together to seek solutions for peace, gender equality and a unified South Asia.
Award-winning actor-playwright Sudha Bhuchar on India-Pakistan peace and her new film ‘Into Dust’
Bhuchar's new film ‘Into Dust’, based on murdered Pakistani land-rights activist Perween Rahman, releases on Amazon Prime Video on August 24, 2021.
Women athletes from South Asia come together to share challenges and wins
In the backdrop of the Olympics in Tokyo, 13 women athletes from South Asia got together at a virtual event to share inspiring stories of grit and determination.
“We cannot move on until we have come to terms with the past” – Guneeta Singh Bhalla, founder, 1947 Partition Archive
Founder of 1947 Partition Archive, Guneeta Singh Bhalla is out to humanise history with people’s accounts, to help resolve the pain of Partition, and to remind South Asians of their region’s shared legacy.
Doctors, public health experts call for medical collaboration and social justice in South Asia
Doctors and public-health activists from South Asia are calling for governments to address the social, economic and political inequities that the pandemic has highlighted in the region.