SHAPE runs a volunteering programme for people from all over the world - offering them a chance to work with us to uplift the underprivileged. A few of our volunteers share their experience through vlogs - Find out what makes our programme so entrancing.
The notion of women empowerment began around the 1960s and 1970s. While the idea had previously been in existence in India, it was only then that the term was assigned sound meaning. India has come a long way in empowering its women. As we discuss empowerment, we must delve deep into their economic empowerment and … Continue reading Women empowerment and SHAPE
In India, the widely deprecated topic of sex is ironically an essential piece of knowledge one must carry with while entering adulthood. While we often complain about the repercussions of inadequate education about sex provided to our youth, the social taboos surrounding it withhold education systems in India from discussing it openly. Even parents are … Continue reading Kamasutra in the 2021 India
Chinese women have had greater opportunity to break free from traditional patriarchal oppression thanks to urbanisation and job opportunities. Indian women have been held back by a combination of fewer job opportunities and the far-reaching influences of the caste system.
Sometimes, the constant reprimanding ushers in enormous problems in the later life stages of a child as degraded skills such as social disability, lack of empathy, indecisiveness, and poor resilience.
When flipping through the pages of Indian history, it is evident that the country was robbed of its wealth. From the Mughal Empire to the British Raj, every conqueror plundered the country ruthlessly. Consequently, the post- British government arrested international trade and various other economic activities extensively. This move protected domestic infant industries, boosted production … Continue reading The impact of economic liberalization on the financial freedom of Indian women