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'Sixty years have passed since the founders of the United Nations inscribed, on the first page of our Charter, the equal rights of men and women. Since then, study after study has taught us that there is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women. No other policy is as likely to raise economic productivity, or to reduce infant and maternal mortality. No other policy is as sure to improve nutrition and promote health - including the prevention of HIV/AIDS...But whatever the very real benefits of investing in women, the most important fact remains: Women themselves have the right to live in dignity, in freedom from want and fear.' Kofi Annan, Secretary-General (1997-2006), United Nations

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Synopsis of Documentary - Mera Haq: Surviving Pregnancy in India

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Reproductive Rights in India

India’s failure to prevent maternal deaths

Maternal Mortality as a grave violation of human rights

Adolescents: At the highest risk

Discrimination against vulnerable groups and people living with HIV/AIDS

Lack of access to contraception and coercive population policies

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