Women Managers in India

With support from Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India.

This study examined the so-called “glass ceiling” faced by women managers in contemporary India with the following objectives: conducting situational analyses of managerial positions held by women in a range of sectors, identifying barriers to career growth for women and recommending strategies to overcome these barriers.

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Child Marriage in India: Analysis in Three States

With support from the National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development

By examining both secondary sources as well as primary data, this study explored attitudes and beliefs regarding child marriage within communities across three Indian states, as well as attitudes and practices of key institutional actors such as police personnel, government departments, community workers and Panchayat members.

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Surrogacy Motherhood: Ethical or Commercial?

This unique research study provides a nuanced analysis of the motivations, experiences and consequences of surrogacy that is rapidly proliferating in metro cities of India like Delhi and Mumbai. The study focuses on the reasons for the woman‘s decision to become a surrogate mother and for commissioning parents to opt for surrogacy. It provides a retrospective view of the relationship between commissioning parents and surrogate mother before the pregnancy, during the pregnancy, and after the birth.

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A Tool to Combat Domestic Violence

The only existing provision of its kind in criminal law, Section 498a of the IPC aims to provide justice to victims of domestic violence while still alive. With the support of USAID and IFES, a one- day seminar in New Delhi marked the release of Centre for Social Research’s landmark Report on IPC Section 498A.

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Analysis on Effectiveness of the Implementation of the Maternity Benefit Act, 1961

The only existing provision of its kind in criminal law, Section 498a of the IPC aims to provide justice to victims of domestic violence while still alive. With the support of USAID and IFES, a one- day seminar in New Delhi marked the release of Centre for Social Research’s landmark Report on IPC Section 498A.

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