The Commission urges women who have come forward on social media and other platforms about their alleged harassers to send their formal written complaints to ncw[dot]metoo[at]gmail[dot]com
The National Commission for Women has summoned the Director General of Police, West Bengal to appear before the Commission on October 25, 2018.
The National Commission for Women has taken a serious note of the instances of sexual harassment of women that have figured in the media recently.
In the matter of Shri P.C. George, MLA, Poonjar, who allegedly made objectionable remarks about the nun who has filed complaint of rape against Bishop Franco Mulakkal, Shri George was sent a notice to appear before the Commission on 04th October, 2018.
The National Commission for Women has written to Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Minister of External Affairs regarding the plight of Indian women in NRI marriages.
The National Commission for Women has convened a meeting with senior officials of Delhi Police at the Commission today with a view to strengthen coordination between the Commission and Delhi Police to collectively ensure safety for women in the capital.
Taking cognizance of recent reports in the media regarding gross violation of the rights of women living in Swadhar Grehs in the country the National Commission for Women initiated inspection of 12 such homes in the country.
NCW took cognizance of various media reports published on 05.09.2018, wherein it has been reported that a woman leader has allegedly accused the Shoranur MLA of sexual assault at the party office at Manarcaud in Palakkad, Kerala.