THE 50 MILLION MISSING: A Campaign Against India's Female Genocide

The 50 Million Missing Campaign is a fund-free, grassroots, global campaign to end the ongoing female genocide in India.  It was... Read more

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The 50 Million Missing Campaign is a fund-free, grassroots, global campaign to end the ongoing female genocide in India.  It was founded by author and gender activist, Rita Banerji, in 2006.  More than 50 million women have been systematically exterminated from India’s population in 3 generations, throught the infliction of various forms of violence including female feticide (the forced abortions of female fetuses), female  infanticide, 'honor' killings and dowry murders. [For more click here]

GOALS OF THE CAMPAIGN:

1.  RAISE PUBLIC AWARENESS: To make the public aware of the scale of the ongoing female genocide and to arouse public consciousness and moral accountability for this genocide, nationally and globally, and urge community based action for justice. Visit our blog here.

2. LOBBY FOR INTERNATIONAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF GENOCIDE: To lobby for the international recognition of this gender-specific mass elimination as “genocide” under the 1948 U.N. Convention on Genocide Act. [Click here for more].

3. LOBBY FOR TIME-BOUND ACTION TO END THIS GENOCIDE: To lobby for Governmental and international action to stop this genocide: We want to have the government of India commit to a time-line within which India’s female genocide will be contained, and all associated practices like dowry, dowry murders, infanticides and feticides eradicated. [Please support our petition for this demand. Click here]