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Women Rising in India: An ImpactAlpha Special Report

That the rising social and economic power of women in the next two decades is a global megatrend bigger than the rise of India and China in the last two decades is an increasingly well-accepted truth. Less well-known is how the rise of women in those two countries themselves, and in India in particular, can

Meeting women who are leading India from what’s wrong to what’s working

In college, my birth country of India was always a subject in politics and development classes. India ranked near the bottom on nearly every development index — for education, health, women’s rights, corruption and on and on. Ten years later, I’m going to back to India. I’ve grown weary of articles that focus just on the wrongs — sexual violence,

Women Rising in India: Searching for Solutions in the Land of My Birth

In college, my birth country of India was always the subject of politics and development classes, because it ranked low on nearly every development index — for education, health, women’s rights, corruption and on and on.   Ten years later, I’m going back to India. I’ve grown weary of articles from India on sexual violence,