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Deep-rooted oppression: A review of India’s Daughter, by Leslee Udwin

In spite of all the important steps forward, there remains widespread oppression of women across the globe. This can be seen at its most extreme in societies where women are categorised as second class, and at times the underclass, as with Dalit-caste women.

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