Friday, September 20, 2019

Campaigns

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.

Mental Health: We Need #SupportNotStigma

Mental Health: We Need #SupportNotStigma

This World Mental Health Day, i.e October 10, 2016, we need #SupportNotStigma - a campaign for mental health support and end of stigma.
Let's claim #NotAllMen

Let’s claim #NotAllMen

It's time we claim the #NotAllMen hashtag and change the narrative!

Survivor Stories Of Sexual Harassment

One in three women worldwide face abuse, violence and rape everyday. In no country of the world are women free from this fear and terror.
#GBVInMedia

#GBVInMedia: Media Representation Of Gender-based Violence

#GBVInMedia: A campaign by Feminism in India on media representation of gender-based violence.

‘I Need Feminism’ Campaign

‘I need Feminism’ campaign is a public awareness campaign aimed at asking people why and how feminism is important to them.

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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.
Why Do Bollywood Movies About Women Have Male Protagonists?

Why Do Bollywood Movies About Women Have Male Protagonists?

Over the past two decades, many Bollywood films that have been hailed as women empowerment movies. But are these movies actually giving us powerful female protagonists, or just a reiteration of gender roles through male protagonists?
Can Marriage Truly Be A Feminist Institution?

The Futile Quest For A Feminist Marriage In Today’s World

The question, however, is that even after getting rid of sexist practices and beliefs, can there be a feminist marriage?