Delhi Cops believe rape victims “asked for it”

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Prathima Manohar is the Founder & President of the Urbanism think tank “The Urban Vision” .Prathima is an architect, critic, writer and a TV Journalist. Prathima holds a bachelors degree in Architecture. She was awarded Stanford University’s prestigious Draper Hills Fellowship bestowed to rising international stars who work on issues related to Democracy and Development in 2011. She is a Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center Fellow where she researches & studies the use of ICT for Good Governance. She has been a contributing columnist on architecture, urban development and design with India’s Leading News daily – The Times of India. She has been a contributing TV Journalist with France24 and TF1 where she did news reports and several documentaries on Indian economy, Developmental and Cultural issues. She has also written for the opinion pages of the International Herald Tribune , The Wall Street Journal and has reviewed for the Architecture Record. She has authored a monograph on the works of one of India's leading architects. She has previously consulted on urban design & urban policy related subjects with architecture and large development firms. As an urbanist, she has worked on pilot projects and researched on issues such as affordable housing, participatory planning and green cities.

One thought on “Delhi Cops believe rape victims “asked for it”

  1. Prathima, I like the use of Storify to bring together the source video and the reactions. Because the source video is professionally reported – and more to the point, a sting by a journalistic organization – it raises some questions for me about where the reporting is taking place – this seems like citizen media emerging as a discussion forum to talk about a professionally reported story. That’s an interesting phenomenon, but it would be interesting to see if there were hints of this discussion, about police attitudes to rape, in social media before the journalistic story broke.

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