India's Forgotten Women

The fourth in a series of documentaries, director Michael Lawson explores the outrageous plight of millions of women oppressed in India today because of their caste identity.

After sixty years of Independence, and India’s enormous economic growth, surprisingly little has changed for women on the lowest rung of the caste ladder. In a society where freedom, democracy and wealth are so highly prized why is it that Dalit women are still so shockingly abused, exploited and oppressed?

The Pipe Village Trust Film Collection

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