India becomes most dangerous for women and eNewsroom’s crowdfunding call

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Kolkata: In the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Perception Poll, India has become the most dangerous country for women in the world. According to the poll, even the women of war-torn Afghanistan and Syria are better than Indian counterparts.

The incident of Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj getting threats for helping an inter-faith marriage couple in making passport only proves the poll correct.

However, it only strengthen our believe that crime against women in India is having a drastic rise and there should be some concrete step to curb it from every section of the society. eNewsroom, which has always concern to do meaningful journalism has started a new section– Gender Violence Watch to report the stories of gender violence till the victim or survivor get justice.

Please watch our video, prepared after Thomson Reuters Foundation poll, and please contribute to our crowdfunding campaign.


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In recent times, people-centric journalism is being done mostly by independent digital media. These organizations run on public support. Founded in 2017, eNewsroom India has been doing meaningful stories for over four years now. We practice ‘Old School Journalism’ and focus on under-reported stories from Bengal, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan regularly. Our opinion pieces come from across the country.


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