Domestic violence or gender-based violence exists in all society. There are many women organizations raising their voices against it for a number of years. India, not too long ago, also passed a strong legislation against domestic violence. All these attempts have failed as the problem has grown in its impact and number of victims. A key reason has been that very few attempts have been made to reach out to men or involve them in this work.
TwoCircles.net presents a five part series by Nasiruddin Haider Khan on the issue of gender based violence.
Part 1: Learn masculinity from Mahatma Gandhi
Part 2: Socio-economic inequality leads to violence
Part 3: Violence strike at one’s heart
Part 4: Men engagement is the need of women’s movement
Part 5: Men also face violence but…