AGENDA FOR CHANGE

  • CNNIBN journalist wins Laadli award for gender sensitivity February 21, 2014

    New Delhi: CNNIBN's Akansha Pradeep has won the National Laadli Media award for gender sensitivity. She has been awarded for her report on the nowbanned 2 finger test. The report was part of the Citizen Journalist Agenda for Change campaign on CNNIBN. After being awarded in the category of best reporting in...
  • FTP: Does Tarun Tejpal have a valid case to project himself as a victim? February 19, 2014

    After being charged with rape, sexual harassment and outraging the modesty of a woman by the Goa Police on Monday, Tehelka foundereditor Tarun Tejpal issued a statement on Tuesday evening alleging political vendetta. Tejpal has also got no relief from custody as his bail plea has been adjourned till March...
  • FTP: Birbhum gang rape: Is the Khap mentality spreading across India? January 27, 2014

    The 20yearold woman was gangraped for falling in love with a man from a different community. The young woman had been gangraped by 12 men on orders of a Panchayat as punishment. The investigation officer, Bahadur Mondal, a subinspector with Labhpur PS, Birbhum, has been removed following criticism over the...
  • The Citizen Journalist Show December 22, 2013

    In this special episode, women from various parts of the country turn CJ's to demand their rights and advocate for their agenda's for change. ...
  • CNNIBN gets Laadli award for gender sensitive reportage December 21, 2013

    New Delhi: CNNIBN on Friday won the Laadli award this year for gender sensitive reportage which aims to popularise gendersensitive reporting and advertising in the country. Akansha Pradeep won the award for her work on the twofinger test that rape survivors are subjected to. The test was banned but is...
  • Watch: India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai December 16, 2013

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • Agenda for change: Have any lessons learnt a year after Delhi gangrape December 16, 2013

    It's been a year since the horrific gangrape of a 23yearold physiotherapy student by six men inside a private bus on the roads of Delhi shook India. There were protests against the brutal gangrape across the country demanding quick action and raising questions over the rights and freedom of women,...
  • Shakti Mills case: Women are now more open to report cases, say Mumbaikars December 16, 2013

    It's been a year since the horrific gangrape of a 23yearold physiotherapy student by six men inside a private bus on the roads of Delhi that shook the whole nation. The sheer brutality of the crime saw unprecedented protests across the country. Mumbai too saw protests after a photojournalist was...
  • Agenda for change: Reactions across India on Delhi braveheart a year after December 16, 2013

    It's been a year since the horrific gangrape of a 23yearold physiotherapy student by six men inside a private bus on the roads of Delhi shook India. In this special show, CNNIBN asks do women feel safe now? ...
  • Agenda For Change: The justice dialogue December 16, 2013

    It's been a year since the horrific gangrape of a 23yearold physiotherapy student by six men inside a private bus on the roads of Delhi shook India. In this special show, CNNIBN Deputy Editor Sagarika Ghose discuses the ground reality and demand for introspection with panel comprising Shabana Azmi, Kiran...
  • People gather at Jantar Mantar, remember the Delhi braveheart December 16, 2013

    It's been a year since the horrific gangrape of a 23yearold physiotherapy student by six men inside a private bus on the roads of Delhi that shook the whole nation. The sheer brutality of the crime saw unprecedented protests across the country. ...
  • Watch: CJ explains the use of pepper spray for self defence December 16, 2013

    It's been one year since the gruesome gangrape of a student in Delhi. Agenda for Change was a CJ initiative started to highlight incidents of violence against women. Here's an account of a young woman on what she does for her self defence. ...
  • Delhi gangrape: Indian men need to change their mentality, say women December 16, 2013

    It's been a year since the horrific gangrape of a 23yearold physiotherapy student by six men inside a private bus on the roads of Delhi that shook the whole nation. The sheer brutality of the crime saw unprecedented protests across the country. Despite this, nothing seems to have changed on...
  • Corporate India taking more steps against harassment at work: survey December 16, 2013

    New Delhi: A year after the December 16 Delhi gangrape, awareness is on the rise in the corporate world as well. A study conducted by industry body Assocham has found that there has been a rise in Corporate India putting in place institutional mechanisms to deal with sexual harassment cases. The...
  • December 16 Delhi gangrape: How the case unfolded December 16, 2013

    New Delhi: It has been a year since that horrific gangrape of the Delhi braveheart. The sheer brutality of the crime shook the country and the nation saw unprecedented protests. On many occasions, the police even used force to stop the growing protests. Under intense media coverage, a fasttrack trial...
  • December 16: Recounting the Delhi gangrape as a reporter December 16, 2013

    I still remember that day vividly, it was exactly a year ago. I was a newbie reporter and had finished a month into reporting when the Delhi gangrape took place. We got to know about the Delhi gangrape late at night, when our crime reporter informed us about the story....
  • CJ Show: How my boss sexually harassed me at workplace December 15, 2013

    An exjournalist speaks out against sexual harassment at workplace. ...
  • CJ show: Remembering the protests over Delhi rape incident December 15, 2013

    CJ Shilpi Marwah, a theater artist in Delhi, describes the mood of last year's protests at India Gate. ...
  • CJ Show: A conversation with Bravehearts parents December 15, 2013

    A year after the grisly Delhi rape incident, Nirbhaya's parents talk to CNNIBN's senior editor Anubha Bhonsle on what it's like to loose a daughter. They also remember her final days in hospital and appeal for justice to Nirbhaya. ...
  • IIMB: Officer dismissed after sexually harassing doctor for months December 14, 2013

    Bangalore: There is no end to crime against women who are subject of sexual harassment even at work places in prestigious institutions. A lady doctor with more than 20 years of experience in reputed hospitals was invited to join IIMBangalore in 2008 as a resident doctor and then began a...
  • Guwahati molestation victim recounts horror, culprits out on bail December 13, 2013

    Guwahati: In July 2012, a young girl was sexually assaulted by a mob on the streets of Guwahati for almost an hour as the city just looked on. Only one man stood up for her. The victim finally broke her silence and recalled her horrific experience. Guwahati, on the banks...
  • FTP: Agenda for Change: Is CBI Director product of a patriarchal mindset? November 13, 2013

    Faced with stinging criticism, outrage and demands to step down, CBI Director Ranjit Sinha on Wednesday expressed regret and apologised for his "enjoy rape if you can't prevent it" comment. ...
  • FTP: 3 years for juvenile in Delhi gangrape case: Does the punishment fit the crime? September 2, 2013

    The juvenile in the December 16, 2012 gangrape-murder case of a 23-year-old paramedical student has been found guilty of rape and murder by the Juvenile Justice Board. He has been sentenced to three years in a correctional home subject to review. His sentence will include the period he has already...
  • CJ Agenda for Change blog: Nisha Susan talks about the need to sensitise the police April 29, 2013

    On Agenda For Change this week, Journalist and writer, Nisha Susan talks about the need to sensitize the police and how important it is for the top police officials to take moral responsibility. ...
  • CJ Agenda for Change blog: Kishwer Desai on projection of women April 29, 2013

    Author Kishwer Desai talks about the much needed change in the projection of women in the field of art. ...
  • CJ Agenda for Change blog: Natasha Badhwar calls for system to wake up April 29, 2013

    Filmmaker, writer Natasha Badhwar talks about the police and government apathy in the wake of recent cases of sexual crime against women. ...
  • Citizen Journalist Agenda for Change: Stories of rape survivors April 29, 2013

    On the citizen Journalist Agenda for change special we focus on stories of women who have survived rape and are fighting for their rights. ...
  • Agenda for Change: Has anything changed for Indian women after anti-rape protests in Delhi? March 8, 2013

    On International Women's Day, CNN-IBN Deputy Editor Sagarika Ghose discusses with a panel of experts. ...
  • Gujarat: Father rapes two daughters for years January 25, 2013

    Ahmedabad: More than 50 per cent rapes are committed at home by a nonstranger. Two sisters in Gujarat were allegedly raped for years by their father. "My father used to rape me, he warned me not to tell anyone about it. I was too scared to tell anyone," one of...
  • Doctor alleges sexual harassment by IIMB official January 23, 2013

    A doctor with over 20 years of experience recounts the horror she faced during her tenure as a resident doctor at IIMBangalore. The doctor alleges that she was sexually harassed by the Chief Administrative Office of the institute and was later thrown out when she complained against him. ...