The Global Walk for India's Missing Girls

The Global Walk for India's Missing Girls' is a march organized by people all over the world to protest against female foeticide and infanticide, the worst genocide in India's history. In March 2010 , over a 1000 people walked in San Francisco, Delhi, Mumbai, Jamshedpur, Pondicherry, Kuwait and Melbourne.

In India over the last 20 years, 10 million girls have been killed by their parents, either before or immediately after birth because they consider daughters a burden.

Why are these horrific crimes against women being ignored? Where is the public outcry? Where is the media attention?

The next Global Walk for India's Missing Girls will be held in March 2011, on the occasion of International Women's Day and is aimed at creating awareness and spurring action in the Indian and the International communities.The Walk will take place in San Francisco, Mumbai, Delhi, Jamshedpur, Pondicherry , Melbourne ( Australia), and Kampala (Uganda).

Walk for India's Missing Girls is founded by the documentary film team 'Petals In The Dust: India's Missing Girls' -
We hope through the walk and our film to create awareness globally, of the elimination of India's girls.

Please join us in large numbers to make this event a success. The organizers of the March in various cities and countries are-

-Abhitej Singh - Chandigarh
Beaula Knauf - Goa
Deepu Thomas - Pondicherry
Isaac Farias - Washington D.C
Jackie Colaco- Bangalore
Kashmir Singh- Toronto
Maryanne Ekka-Jamshedpur
Dr.Mitu Khosla, Dr. Ash Pachauri and Bijayalakshmi Nanda - Delhi
Ravneet Kaur- Melbourne
Sonal Alvares-Mumbai
Nyna Pais-Caputi- San Francisco


Please Join us and also help us spread the word. If someone wants to organize the walk in their city , you are most welcome to contact us via email at,


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Comment by Dr Mitu Khurana on February 5, 2011 at 7:09pm

Thanks Wiwin, The culture of female feticide and female infanticide has been goinng on from centuries, and the sex ratios have dropped dangerously low in many states in India. Strong daughetr dislike among the population Coupled with the corrupt government who is simply turning a blind eye to the practise, this is a genocide which is being practised in India and some other Asian countries.

We are hoping to gather international support against this practise, and also hoping there will be a international uproar regarding the inaction by the government . Thanks a lot.

Comment by wiwin winarni on February 5, 2011 at 6:31pm

Dear Mitu


I really surprised and been inspiring r4edaing your blog.  For me in Indonesia, we still less recognize and aware of  this issues.  Reading yours suddenly I realize the phenomena might be also takes place in Indonesia but at different context and condition.  I find that statistically it is reported at my province that school enrollment and participation among girls is less then boys to access junior high school.  And I believe its such female feoticide at different context.  Really thanks to awake such awareness.


Warmly from Indinesia Mitu..



Comment by Dr Mitu Khurana on January 27, 2011 at 1:46pm

Dear Marion,

Hope someday you too could conduct awareness programme in your country against the genocide of women in India/China/Korea and many other Asian Countries.




Comment by Marion on January 26, 2011 at 3:58pm

I wish you the success you deserve ! I would love to join you but I will not be available at this time..

I will be with you in spirit =)




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