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FII runs strategic digital campaigns on its highly-engaged platform and social channels for social good organisations to amplify issues which align with our vision and mission.

#AbortionMeraHaq: Because Safe Abortions Save Lives

#AbortionMeraHaq: Because Safe Abortions Save Lives

#AbortionMeraHaq, translating to ‘abortion is my right’, is a campaign demanding safe, legal and affordable abortions for all that require it, because safe abortions save lives.
Bano Nayi Soch: #UnstereotypeCinema – A Campaign by Oxfam India and FII

#UnstereotypeCinema – A Campaign By FII And Oxfam India

#UnstereotypeCinema is a campaign by FII and Oxfam India to take a hard look at the films filling our theatres today, and look at ways in which they contribute to a society of rampant violence and rape culture.
#ChalkfullBullying Campaign: Our Insight Into Gender-Based Bullying In Schools

#ChalkfullBullying Campaign: Our Insight Into Gender-Based Bullying In Schools

For our #ChalkfullBullying campaign, we took on documentation in varied forms, with name and anonymously, of people's testimonies of gender-based bullying in schools.
#MakeMyWorkplaceSafe: Addressing Sexism In The Workplace

#MakeMyWorkplaceSafe: Addressing Sexism In The Workplace

Feminism In India is launching a campaign to address sexism in the workplace. We take a broader view of workplace safety than the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, recognising that safety is a concern not only for women but also for all non-binary individuals and sexual minorities.
#MakeMyCampusSafe: Investigating Sexual Harassment Redressal In Indian Campuses

#MakeMyCampusSafe: Investigating Sexual Harassment Redressal In Indian Campuses

Feminism In India and Newslaundry are launching a new campaign to tackle the redressal of sexual harassment complaints in college campuses – #MakeMyCampusSafe.
#SalonSector: Women At Work In Salons

#SalonSector: Women At Work In Salons

Feminism in India and Godrej are bringing to light the stories of women in the beauty and wellness industry. #SalonSector
#WhyCSE: CSE In The Classroom | Feminism in India

#WhyCSE: CSE In The Classroom

FII and TARSHI have launched a campaign #WhyCSE - CSE In The Classroom to emphasize the need for Comprehensive Sexuality Education in schools.
#ThePadEffect: Re-valuing Menstruation

#ThePadEffect: Re-valuing Menstruation

#ThePadEffect campaign explores the intersection between sustainable menstruation and culture. It is time we re-value menstruation because life depends on it.
#IndianWomenInHistory: Remembering The Untold Legacies of Indian Women

#IndianWomenInHistory: Remembering The Untold Legacies of Indian Women

In #IndianWomenInHistory campaign, we will remember the untold legacies of women who shaped India for the month of March, which is globally celebrated as Women's History Month.
#DigitalHifazat - Campaign To Combat Cyber Violence Against Women In India

#DigitalHifazat – Campaign To Combat Cyber Violence Against Women In India

Based on our research report, we are running a campaign against online abuse and harassment that women face, especially on social media websites. Our campaign #DigitalHifazat campaigns for a secure and safe internet for all.

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Why Do We Need The Menstrual Leave Policy In India?

Why Do We Need The Menstrual Leave Policy In India?

The debate on the ‘Menstruation Benefit Bill’ tabled by Ninong Ering, a Member of Parliament in Lok Sabha representing Arunachal Pradesh in 2018, triggered widespread discussion on the need to have menstrual leave policy for working women every month.
The Shortcomings Of Affirmative Action In India— A Chapter On Caste

The Shortcomings Of Affirmative Action In India— A Chapter On Caste

India boasts of the oldest and among the farthest-reaching set of affirmative action policies, enshrined within the constitution, created for the purpose of tackling caste-based discrimination and generations of injustice. Despite this, the goal of the annihilation of caste is far from being actualised.
The Eco-Gender Gap: Women Do More For The Planet Than Men

The Eco-Gender Gap: Women Do More For The Planet Than Men

The idea of an eco-gender gap is exactly what it sounds like—women bear more of the green burden than their male counterparts. We recycle more, we make an effort to avoid plastic where possible, and we are, by and large, just more conscientious when it comes to the environment.