From: The Stream

#MumbaiGangRape: India’s men speak out

How can men be part of the solution for ending violence against women?

Indian journalists of both the print and electronic media pose for photos while holding placards as they protest against a gang rape of a female Indian photojournalist 24 August 2013. (EPA/JAIPAL SINGH)

Indians are once again outraged by yet another rape. This time it was a group assault on a young woman in the heart of Mumbai, the country’s largest and most cosmopolitan city. This new wave of anger and protesting comes just eight months after a New Delhi woman died of injuries sustained from a gang rape. On Wednesday’s show we speak to an all-male Indian panel about the attitudes towards women in the country. Join us at 1930GMT.

In this episode of The Stream, we speak to:

Rahul Bose @RahulBose1
Actor and activist
Harish Sadani
Co-founder, Men Against Violence & Abuse
Harish Shetty @DrHarish139
Social psychiatrist
Ravi Kant @shaktivahini
Co-founder, Shakti Vahini
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