Author Archives: Neharika Mahajan

Connected by Dreams, Not Blood

When it comes to women, mainstream history has always projected them as mothers, sisters, daughters and wives. And if not that, they are projected as each other’s chief adversaries. Relationships of friendship, camaraderie and solidarity that may exist between them … Continue reading

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हम सगी नहीं, पर पक्की बहनें हैं|

(The title of the blog is a slogan often used by the women of Maharashtra-based Mahilla Rajsatta Andolan, which means that these women are not biological sisters, but have embraced a sisterhood of solidarity, mutual self-esteem, love and care. The … Continue reading

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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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