AIESEC’s Event INNOVEST was aimed at providing the youth with answers to common questions on investments and startups. People often don’t know how to go about investing or dealing with business opportunities. To address all those concerns, INNOVEST had an impressive panel consisting of Varun Mayya, Richard Rekhy and Shashank Udupa. The diverse panel, having very different lived experiences had a broad outlook to offer to the room, and left everyone feeling inspired post the event. Read on to find more on the impact they had!
When the coronavirus hit, it wreaked havoc on the world’s economies and the brunt of this fell upon many a nation’s weakest stakeholders—women. From increased household responsibilities due to Work-From-Home for their male counterparts in many situations to job losses due to vulnerability of the sectors they dominate, 2020 effectively undid a major part of women’s economic growth. Read on to learn more!
As a daunting reminder of the Kedarnath tragedy, Uttarakhand experienced highly destructive floods on the 7th February, 2021. A consequence of glacial melting, possibly accelerated by global warming, havoc was wreaked on the people working at the nearby power projects. While the race to rescue the missing people prolongs, the country prays with bated breath for Chamoli.
Hosted by Blank 101, this Talk It Out session dealt with the contrasting medley of opinions shared by its participants surrounding the topic of protests. Read on to find out about the validity and significance of public dissent and their role in shaping democracies.
Marital rape remains a non-criminalised crime in 36 countries, including India. For 158 years, the Indian jurisdiction has made a plethora of excuses for not outlawing conjugal rape. It is time we question the underlying implications of the state’s refusal to protect married women from violent sexual assault.