Author: Sayyam Garg

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Napoleon had said-“you give me good mothers and I will give you a good nation.” A woman can be said as the God’s complete creation. She is the mother of the race. She is the future of all generations. She is the one looking for when in trouble. She is the one on whose shoulders rest a billion lives. She is the pivot around which the family moves. She is the symbol of independence, caring, gentleness and intensity- both in love and in hate. Yes, she is a woman. Imagine a woman without being empowered means having no say, no might, and no right! What kind of generations will she bless a nation with? What kind of a place it would be to live in where economies would collapse, communities would fail and families would fall apart? The mere thought of imagining such a world leads to a storm of negative thoughts whirling around us, but still we fail to realize the precariousness of the situation. At the root of all problems is how boys and girls are looked at differently even within a family. As the great Shirley Chisholm once said-“ the emotional, sexual and psychological stereotyping of females begins when the doctor says- it’s a girl. We live in a world where one out of every three women worldwide have experienced physical violence. It’s a shame for...

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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Our ancient text says- “Keep pure! For the Earth is our mother! And we are her children!” Imagine 2 homes- one in the USA and the other one in the African region. Which one would you like to reside in? Most of you here would say the American one. Because not only is it more likely to be luxurious, one has more assurance of gender equality, higher levels of development, increased incomes, better living conditions in the States as compared to some humble dwelling in the African region. At the same time the African one is more likely to...

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