Can protest create lasting change? In this short podcast Payal Shah explores the protests surrounding two notorious rapes in India, asking what lasting effects they might have on Indian feminism.
- Gethin Chamberlain and Soudhriti Bhabani, “Five years after the gang-rape and murder of Jyoti Singh, what has changed for women in India?” (The Guardian, December 2017)
- The Nirbhaya Jyoti Trust
- Upendra Baxi, Vasudha Dhagamwar, Raghunath Kelkar and Lotika Sarkar, An Open Letter to the Chief Justice of India (Supreme Court Cases 1:17, 1979)
- “Nirbhaya case: Four Indian men executed for 2012 Delhi bus rape and murder” (BBC News, March 2020)
- “Interview with Flavia Agnes” (Global Feminisms Project, 2003)
- “Feminist Freedom Warriors: An Interview with Flavia Agnes”
- Poonam Kathuria and Abha Bhaiya (editors), Indian Feminisms: Individual and Collective Journeys (University of Chicago Press, 2019)
- Poulami Roychowdhury, “The Delhi Gang Rape: The Making of International Causes” (Feminist Studies volume 39:1, 2013, pp. 282-292
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All photography by Ramesh Lalwani.