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Sujata Madhok is an Indian activist and developmental journalist specializing in women's issues. She started her career at the Democratic World Weekly. She also worked for the Youth Times, the Children's Book Trust, and The Statesman. She then moved on to the Hindustan Times.
Early life and education
From 1989 to 2000, she was Editor of Women's Feature Service, an international organization/ UNESCO umbrella project that produces "features and opinions on development from the gender perspective." She currently writes a column for the Sahara Time, an English language weekly published from New Delhi. She has been active in the women's movement and has worked with women's groups across the country. Her report, "A Situational Analysis of Women and Girls in the National Capital Territory of Delhi" was published by the National Commission for Women (2005).
She has served as Secretary of the Delhi Union of Journalists in 2008, in 2009 she served as the Treasurer & Secretary and in 2010 she went on to become The First Woman President of the Delhi Union of Journalists.
Madhok lives and works in Delhi.
Some Articles Available Online
- Gender Bias, Infanticide Bane of Indian Women
- INDIA: Who Reads Editorials Anyway?
- Profiling women, health and development
- Built On Bias?
- Report by Sujata Madhok on Status of Women Workers in the Construction Industry
- Book on Rural Development Issues, including a chapter by Madhok
- An Article titled "A vast majority lives in abject poverty Gender bias, infanticide bane of Indian woman"
- Comments on the topic "Globalization & The Women's Movement In India"