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No Nation for Women takes a hard, close look at what makes India unsafe for its women from custod... Read More

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No Nation for Women takes a hard, close look at what makes India unsafe for its women from custodial rapes to rapes by Godmen, from caste rapes to honour killings – the author uncovers many uncomfortable, unsavoury truths in a book that is urgent and important and a must-read for anyone with a conscience.
Numbers convey, in part, why India is referred to as one of the world’s rape capitals one woman is raped every fifteen minutes and in fifty years, there has been a staggering rise of 873 per cent in sexual crimes against girls.
Yet numbers reveal only a part of the truth. Beyond statistics, there are stories, often unreported of women in Damoh, Madhya Pradesh, who are routinely raped if they spurn the advances of men of girls from de-notified tribes in central India who have no recourse to justice if sexually violated of victimized lower-caste girls in small-town Baduan, Uttar Pradesh. There are also stories of custodial rape, non‑consensual incest and trafficking.
Priyanka Dubey travels through large swathes of India, over a period of six years, to uncover the accounts of disenfranchised women who are caught in the grip of patriarchy. She asks if, after the globally reported December 2012 gang‑rape of Nirbhaya in New Delhi, India’s gender narrative has shifted and if it hasn’t, what needs to be done to make this a nation worthy of its intrepid girls.

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Title: No Nation For Women
Author: Priyanka Dubey
Publisher: Harpercollins India
ISBN: 9789386797094
SKU: BK0419317
EAN: 9789386797094
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Priyanka Dubey is a journalist based in Delhi. Her investigative reporting on social justice and human rights has won multiple International and national recognitions which include the 2015 Knight International Journalism Award, the 2014 Kurt Schork Award in International Journalism, the 2013 Red Ink Award for Excellence in Indian Journalism, 2012 Press Council of India’s Award for Excellence in Investigative Journalism and the 2011 Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Indian Journalism. Also, her stories were finalists in the 2014 Thomson Foundation Young Journalist from the Developing World Awards and the 2013 German Development Media Awards. Priyanka is also a 3 times Laadli media award winner and a former Chevening fellow. She was born in Bhopal and this is her first book.

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