By 2020, Oxfam India will work towards reducing inequality and injustice in India by working with alliances of poor and marginalized people, especially women. Know more through our strategy documents here.
We stand in solidarity with all survivors of #sexual violence who came together to break the silence and stigma around rape & violence against #women at the @Dignity_March. Your infallible courage & fearlessness is inspiring to say the least. #ShameToSupport@AmitabhBehar https://t.co/S4JWNiwacE
19 hours ago
The supporters of #DignityMarch voicing against rape at the culmination of the event.
Retweet if you too support them. #ShameToSupport https://t.co/jbylgHyW1N
22 Feb 2019
We're told the way we dress is an invitation for rape but even a 1yr old girl is being raped. These are just excuses to protect criminals,”
Join the @Dignity_March at Ramlila Maidan today to stand with over 5000 survivors of sexual assault. #BanoNayiSoch
22 Feb 2019
Forest dwellers have for generations fought for their #rights while continuing to protect and manage forests. #SupremeCourt's order perpetuates historical #injustice on over 10 lakh tribals and forest dwellers.
Why this apathy? @hrw@TribalAffairsIn
22 Feb 2019
.@TribalAffairsIn remained a silent spectator whereas it is the nodal agency for implementation of the Forest Rights Act. It is the same Ministry which had earlier taken pro-active steps in favor of the tribal communities. It must continue to protect the most vulnerable people.
Thank you @_adilhussain for cooking delicious food for us at @nimtho_ ☺️ We are proud to have you supporting our humanitarian work in northeast #India. ❤️
14 Feb 2019
❤️Happy Valentines Day!❤️ We believe that a healthy relationship should make you feel #empowered and enable you to take decisions for yourself.
What does #love mean to you? Tell us in the comments section below. #ValentinesDay
Illustration by Shehzil Malik
06 Feb 2019
This cartoon perfectly depicts how #women need to manage household chores along with their jobs and a plethora of other responsibilities on their path to professional success.
Our report estimates that unpaid work done by women in #India looking after their homes and children is worth 3.1% of the country's GDP!
Go to the link in bio to know more.