8 sectors where women in India are facing the #Farq

8 sectors where women in India are facing the #Farq

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8 sectors where women in India are facing the #Farq. Know more. http://bit.ly/1LFsvqV

A reality check! Here are 8 sectors where women in India are lagging behind. http://bit.ly/1LFsvqV

1. Politics

 

2. Judiciary

 

3. Education

 

4. Corporate

 

5. Agriculture

 

6. Health

 

7. Police

 

8. Bollywood

 

This #Farq needs to stop here. As Indians we have accepted this as part our everyday life and look for solutions in others or the ‘system’.
It’s time we start changing ourselves, it’s time YOU take action!
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Written by: Oxfam India staff
Infographics credit: Oommen.C. Kurian
 

 

 

 


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