``All of us who professionally use the mass media are the shapers of society. We can vulgarize that society. We can brutalize it. Or we can help lift it onto a higher level.``

-William Bernbach

First time Vineeta was featured in media was at age seven. Throughout her life she has successfully leveraged media for greater good, to shine light on crime against women, seek justice in human rights violations, and build support for advocacy goals.

Media advocacy event on economic policies and impact on health in Washington DC covered globally by print and digital media.

Vineeta is widely covered in print and online media globally, including Washington Post, The Lancet, Voice of America, NPR, The Economic Times, The Hindu, Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Daily Star, China Daily, NPR, U.S. News, Devex, BMJ, New Humanitarian, and World Report, FOX News, and CNN.


Double Agents In Global Health: Forbes,  

Ectopic Pregnancies Are Dangerous. Will They Be Affected by Abortion Bans?: Healthline 

Working towards vaccine equity to leave no one behind: Gavi  

Colonisation Of ‘Health Equity’ : The New Nation

Health Watch USA: COVID-19: India In Crisis

Sipher Health News: An informal talk with Dr Vineeta Gupta, Director, ACTION Global Health Advocacy Partnership Sect 

GoodDayLA Interviews Dr. Vineeta Gupta, ACTION Secretariat Director, on COVID19 Crisis in India  

Corp Watch – The World Bank Takes More Than it Gives: An Interview on Healthcare Privatization in India with Dr. Vineeta Gupta

SikhNet Discussion Forum: Email – Press Release: INSAAF & PUCL: Preet Mohan S Ahluwalia 


Danish Immigration Service: Report on the Fact-finding Mission to Punjab (India) The Position of the Sikhs

The Tribune India: PUCL concern over working of human rights bodies

The Tribune India: PUCL blames cops for youth’s death

Amnesty International: Defending Human Rights in India

Law Column: Custodial Torture – Prevalence and Extent of its Usage

National Human Rights Commission: Women’s Right to Health

Casemine: Vineeta Gupta v. State of Punjab

Unhealthy policies from the World Bank: An Interview with Dr. Vineeta Gupta: Multinational Monitor

The Massachusetts Daily Collegian: Speakers discuss IMF role in third-world poverty crisis

India: Information on treatment of human rights activists in Punjab: US Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services

Monde Diplo Friends: Breaking the Bank’s Bond

The Phoenix: Globalization: World Bank rapped for obstacles to health-care

International Commission of Jurists National Implementation Programme -Gender Injustice in South Asia Report on the legislative review project in India

The Economic Times: Indian Americans protest against patent amendment

Women brutally attacked by police in Punjab

India Currents: AIDS in India, NRIs in the U.S. Building Bridges

The Halifax Initiative: Water, Land and Labour: The Impacts of Forced Privatization in Vulnerable Communities

Bretton Woods Project: India Health Review Queried

C-SPAN Networks: World Bank Protests

Vineeta Gupta (bride) portrays the World Bank

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy: IMF/World Bank: Stupid, Cruel, Brutal

The Democracy Center: International Citizen’s Petition to the World Bank

Mobilization for Global Justice holds mock wedding

FoE Japan letter to World Bank President

The Indian Express: NGO exposes scam in WB sponsored scheme

Emory Report: HIV/AIDS conference focuses on Indian cultural challenges

Virginia Tech: Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine announces HIV/AIDS lecture series

NOVARTIS’ India Patent Lawsuit Could Threaten Access to Lifesaving Medicines – AIDS Activists Present “GOLDEN COFFIN” Award to NOVARTIS CEO

Frontline: The Forgotten Face

India’s AIDS Problem

Asian Fortune News: Indian-born Doctor Fights AIDS

Hindustan Times: HIV infections: India flayed for scant action

The Center for Public Integrity: PEPFAR policy hinders treatment in generic terms

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