My Campaign Against Women Abuse

one print of these photos. . .

hundred xerox copies

campaign in college

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I want people to look at the posters I am creating and I am thinking of pasting them all over the college. I have already done such a thing during the ‘Babri Masjid verdict’.

There are also a lot of posters already on the web and they need to be seen and understood. So I request you to share some of them on your blogs and social networks because this is high time, women are being subject to ridicule everyday all across the world. And in my country, India, this has gotten beyond insanity! People are coming out and protesting these atrocities against women and that is only a start. So please share or write your own mind on your blogs about these blasphemous incidents.

So here are the posters I did until now: SPEAK OUT. SPEAK LOUD.


#IAmMalala – Have You Signed The Petition?

On 9 October 2012, Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen while she was returning home from school in the Swat region, Pakistan. But the brave little girl survived this outrageous monstrosity and is now on a path to complete recovery in Queen Elizabeth Hospital, United Kingdom.

Read through the below article to get an idea about what really happened and what really does the slogan, “I Am Malala”, mean.

Malala’s journey from near death to recovery – The Story (Source: CNN).

“We call on Pakistan to agree a plan to deliver education for every child. 
We call on all countries to outlaw discrimination against girls.
We call on international organizations to ensure the world’s 61 million out of school children are in education by the end of 2015.”

Sign the petition here : I AM MALALA.

And please spread the word. Use your Facebook and Twitter accounts to spread the word about this petition. Every child deserves to have a life that is in no way inferior to those that we lead today. And girls/women of all, deserve better.

Twitter trends that you should follow to see how the world is reacting and acting:


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And I am always angry, sad, restless about how women are treated in this world. And when this happened, I was caught off guard. I wanted to show my support.

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And I found this wonderfully summarized image on the web about how you can contribute to the cause.

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And I request bloggers to use their global readership to the best of limits to get the message out, LOUD and firm.

I Am Malala.

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