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“काश सुरक्षा भी किसी दुकान पे मिलती, उसको ख़रीद के रख लेती, ताकि सपनों को पूरा कर सकूँ” ये बात 14 वर्षीय नेहा ने कही है। आखिरी बार जब मैं नेहा से मिली थी तो उसने अपने ही घर के … Continue reading

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लॉकडाउन से जुड़े किशोर/किशोरियों के अनुभव

“रात हो गई है, और आकाश में तारे जगमगा रहे है, मोहल्ले में सब कोरोना की चर्चा कर रहे, शोर है, हल्ला है, शांति नहीं है, न घर के बाहर, न घर के भीतर” – आरती, 12 वर्ष लॉकडाउन महज … 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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मार्था फैरेल पुरस्कार: एक वार्षिक रिवाज़

लंबे इंतजार के बाद,चौथे मार्था फैरेल पुरस्कार के आयोजन होने की तैयारी चल रही है। ये पुरस्कार महिलाओं के सशक्तिकरण के लिए काम करने वाले व्यक्तियों और संस्थाओं को दिया जाता है। इस वार्षिक रिवाज़ की वज़ह को आपके साथ … Continue reading

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Campus sexual violence and harassment is endemic, and has a huge role to play in ultimately creating the workforce gender gap. Research shows that 20% of women at one time during their academic career experience sexual assault, and it is … Continue reading

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is celebrated annually across the globe on March 8th, focusing on a different gender-related theme every year. This year, it was “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights”. To celebrate women’s rights it is important to be aware of … Continue reading

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Article 14 of the Indian Constitution discusses the fundamental right to equality. It states the right to equality of status and opportunity irrespective of religion, caste, race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual identity and sexual orientation. With the wave of the … Continue reading

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Don’t just raise your voice, take an action against sexual harassment!

Life is hard for everyone. However, being a woman has its limitations. One day she is treated like a goddess and next beaten to the ground. She is a beauty with scars and bruises, born out of countless abuses. Since … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Sexuality and Sexual Health in Deoghar, Jharkhand

Gana! Gana! The youth at one of the local schools in Deoghar, Jharkhand, chanted after I showed them a photo of the Canadian flag. Although I am not a very patriotic citizen towards my country (in light of the colonial … Continue reading

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Count your Futures: Why Girls in India Should Study Maths

Basant Panchami, the arrival of spring, is also marked by Saraswati Puja. Many communities venerate the Goddess of Knowledge, Saraswati, on this day. She is the Goddess all students turn to for blessings. Are many young girls, who aspire to … Continue reading

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