Angarmala, Ambethan 410501, Taluka Khed, Dist. Pune INDIA
Chandwad Convention, 1986
Agenda of the women's movement should cover such areas and subjects as where the progress of the general populace is not fully correlated to the progress of women.
The objective of the women's movement is to abolish gender division of labour so that every man and woman would be able to choose his lifestyle and vocation through free choice.
The subordination of women does not come from any biological factor or reproductive functions. The subordination began with the era of loot and plunder in human history following immediately upon the appearance of agricultural surplus.
Socialization of domestice work is no solution to the women's question.
There is no conflict between the sexes.
dominance of male of the species has prevailed not because of any innate
superiority but because of the weakness of his sex.
Some Important Issues
Reservation for Women in Legislature
Sugar Industry Delicensed
Quotes: On Delicensing of
State Congress plans to oppose sugar delicensing decision
Government Has Banned Onion Export
Jana Samsad on 10-12th December
Joshi Suggests Action on Six Major Issues in Agriculture
OATH Farmer Women's Organization
Never, on our part, to treat women as being in any way inferior; and in particular,
Not to deny a foetus the right to birth for the reason that it is female;
Not to discriminate against girls as regards nursing, feeding, affection, medication and education;
Not to oppose equality for women as regards the property-rights, opportunity, freedom and choice;
Not to contravene laws concerning the compulsory education, minimum age for marriage, dowry and maintenance,
Not to let married women feel estranged from the parental family and outsiders in the house of the in-laws; and not to treat the mothers and sisters in-law any differently from the own ones; or to be derogatory to widows, divorcees and abandoned women, and in particular to the victims of atrocities;
Not to depict women as comestible articles overemphasizing the erotic and the coquettish; and nor to suffer to see them thus depicted; and finally
Not to let pass unchallenged any injustice to women.