By CNA Published: 17 Jun 2013 Audio: English
Eight months ago, India caught the worlds attention with news of a 23-year-old student brutally raped and assaulted. Eight months on, the rapes continue. Some say the laws ought to be strengthened. Others call for society to hold up a mirror to itself. What will finally change the status quo when it comes to women and their role in Indian society? The country's pioneering women's rights lawyer and advocate Flavia Agnes delves into her past for an answer to the future. On Conversation With.
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