The Juvenile Law has been changed in India! Individuals CAN make a difference! We all actually changed a law to make India a safer place!
Thank you for every single word of support, each signature, each shared post and even each bag bought!!! We all actually changed a
Literally! We are full of steam and not stopping until something gets done!
So it’s the 21st. Parliament will go on winter break in a couple of days. We are motivated to get this law passed before then.
So what we want is the Juvenile Justice (Reform) Bill passed.
We met at Jantar Mantar again today. The media were all here waiting for us. The 6 of us wanted to regroup and plan the day but the media was all over us! We tried to go to our car to talk but the police blocked us and threatened
Dec 19. We just can’t sit still. This guy is supposed to get released tomorrow and everyone keeps saying there is nothing we can do. The current law in India states that offenders under the age of 18 can at a maximum, go to a juvenile reform center for
We held a very successful first Women’s Safety March at the end of the summer. It was held in New Delhi, the city were the infamous Nirbhaya rape and murder occurred almost 3 years ago. That horrendous crime galvanized not only India, but the whole world at that time.
On October 9th we had our 2nd Ninja Girl organized event! We gathered a group of students from Jawaharlal Nehru University for an open forum on Women’s safety concerns.
After the gang rape on Dec 16, 2012, fierce public protests took place in New Delhi against the government for failing to provide
How come this name ? I didn’t have a marketing budget to have someone figure all the “right names” out for me so I did the best I could. It seems all the qualified guys would cost a ton and I wasn’t sure that I was putting my heart out there