All the societal norms, rules and frameworks have a bearing on the market as the market is not a black box existing outside the society but inside it. Gender, here, is a key stimulus in determining the economic outcomes for an individual.
By introducing the concept and complexities of Kashmiri Feminism, the first article of this series aims to highlight the basics of Kashmiri Feminism under the light of three themes – Resistance of Kashmiri Women against the Military Occupation, Failure of Indian Feminism in accommodating the identity of Kashmiri Women and the position of Kashmiri Women in the Indian Nationalist Project.
In this book review, Aabhinav talks about the book “Coming out as a Dalit” by Yashica Dutt.
Aditi Singhal looks at GDP calculation through a feminist lens. The article highlights the problem of gender-biases and the short-coming of only including manufactured capital into accounts.