As rural women who live too often at the very bottom of Indian society they often face invisibility as marginalization. Although invisibility might be something women in urban India want to have.
India today now faces a myriad of societal problems, including a specific and rising tide of violence against women. But the fear of public involvement is not stopping the ‘forward-moving’ work of women farmers, rural caregivers, human rights defenders, movement builders, environmental champions and climate-change leaders as they stay active in a myriad of India’s “grassroots” movements. Working for the rights of women, children and families, numerous women in rural regions of India today are now becoming active in the face of their own brand of social injustice."
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