Monthly Archives: March 2017

STORIES, NOT JUST NOMINATIONS

For the past four months, we have been working on Martha Farrell Award for Excellence in Women’s Empowerment. We started with the vision of reaching out to all those persons and organizations, which in their own way, are making gender … Continue reading

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Impressions from a one-of-its kind folk festival in a remote district of India

To speak of ‘folk festivals’ nowadays is to conjure up images that would not be too different from those we associate with any other ‘festival’ – a high-profile venue, exotic and low-key artists (along with some headline-grabbers) from around the … Continue reading

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Playing Holi Without Fear, This Year!

गाने.नाचने के बहाने छेड़ते हैं…जयपुर “ I was groped and molested while playing Holi”…Haryana शरीर के किसी भी हिस्से पर बिना पूछे रंग मलते हैं… झाँसी “We are scared to go out of our homes because boys will forcibly colour … Continue reading

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उम्मीदों की ओर बढ़ते कदम

ये कहानी गुडगाँव की लम्बी लम्बी इमारतों के बीच बसी एक बस्ती से है | मार्च महीने की सात तारीख को सरिता के घर में बड़ी हलचल थीए सब लोग ऊपर से लेकर नीचे तक भागादौड़ी में लगे थे| नीचे … Continue reading

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One Photograph at a Time

Thoughts from the Photography and Theatre Workshop at Manana, District of Samalkha, Panipat, on International Women’s Day The first question I was asked on field was “So, which country are you from?” by a group of middle-aged women. A little … Continue reading

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