Author Archives: Nitya Sriram

Holi Restrictions For COVID-19, But Not For Sexual Harassment?

As a child, participating in Holi celebrations was always a contentious issue in my house. My parents wouldn’t let me play. I didn’t understand then. Cut to my undergraduate studies, about nine years ago. I went to a friend’s house, … Continue reading

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What Is Our Social Purpose?

On the day that the Martha Farrell Foundation was invited to speak at the Royal Roads’ webinar, we had celebrations for our organisation – and our parent organisation PRIA – celebrating 39 years of empowering work. A lot of MFF’s … Continue reading

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Samaj-Sarkar-Bazaar: The Future Of Collaboration Must Be Feminist

Having come from a two-year stint in a media house, I found that my first experience of attending a development sector event—and the Samagam 2020, no less – was strikingly different, yet uncannily familiar in so many ways. Perhaps it … Continue reading

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