Saturday, January 18, 2020

Interviews

In this series, we feature people and organisations who have done groundbreaking work in the field of gender, sexuality, women’s rights and the likes to get an insight into their lives and their work. More and more people are joining the feminist movement and working on gender and we wish to bring them in the limelight, one life at a time.

In Conversation With Ratnaboli Ray, Founder of Anjali Mental Health Rights Organisation

In Conversation With Ratnaboli Ray, Founder of Anjali Mental Health Rights Organisation

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Anjali is a Kolkata based non-profit organisation that works at the intersection of one of the most neglected areas of health: gender and mental health.
In conversation with ComMutiny: The Youth Collective

In conversation with ComMutiny: The Youth Collective

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We spoke to "ComMutiny:The Youth Collective" and learned about what their organisation does to get youth to engage in the "5th space".
In Conversation With Sonali Gupta, A Clinical Psychologist And Therapist

In Conversation With Sonali Gupta, A Clinical Psychologist And Therapist

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Sonali Gupta is a clinical psychologist with 12 years of experience, she works with young adults, children and parents to enhance their emotional well being.
In Conversation With Anuja Gupta, Founder-Director Of RAHI Foundation

In Conversation With Anuja Gupta, Founder-Director Of RAHI Foundation

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RAHI foundation is a support centre which specializes in working with adult women survivors of incest and childhood sexual abuse.
In Conversation With Sukhdeep Singh, Founder And Editor-in-Chief Of Gaylaxy Magazine

In Conversation With Sukhdeep Singh, Founder And Editor-in-Chief Of Gaylaxy Magazine

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We recently chatted with Editor-in-chief, Sukhdeep Singh, about his remarkable journey of creating and managing Gaylaxy Magazine.
In Conversation With Manasi Joshi: The Para-Badminton Champion

In Conversation With Manasi Joshi: The Para-Badminton Champion

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Manasi Joshi, is a kickass para-badminton player who keeps shattering stereotypes and pursuing her dreams through her grit and passion for para-badminton.

Meet Alisha Abdullah – India’s First Female Racing Champ

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Alisha Abdullah is the first Indian Female National racer, who races in bikes, cars, and go-karts, thereby breaking all stereotypes on women and proving to the world how women are equal to men.
In Conversation with Zakia Soman, Co-Founder Of Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA)

In Conversation with Zakia Soman, Co-Founder Of Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA)

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A conversation with Zakia Soman, who co-founded Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan (BMMA) to empower Muslim women to eradicate their own poverty and marginalisation and to live a life of equality and dignity.
In Conversation With Virali Modi: Shattering Stereotypes On Disability

In Conversation With Virali Modi: Shattering Stereotypes Of Disability

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From scuba diving to winning beauty pageants, motivating people and fighting for causes, Virali Modi shatters all stereotypes of disability.
In Conversation with Hasina Kharbhih: Tackling Trafficking Systematically

In Conversation with Hasina Kharbhih: Tackling Trafficking Systematically

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Hasina Kharbhih, an Ashoka Fellow and a visionary social entrepreneur, has been tackling trafficking in the North East through a unique model

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Crime Patrol

‘Crime Patrol’ & ‘Savdhaan India’ Make A Mockery Of Sexual Violence | #GBVinMedia

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Shows like Crime Patrol, Savdhaan India, Gunah and Sansani have made a fortune out of turning trauma into entertainment, and making a mockery of these cases under the guise of 'awareness' or 'gender sensitisation'.
surayya tyabji woman who designed indian flag

Surayya Tyabji: The Woman Who Designed Our National Flag | #IndianWomenInHistory

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Despite the design of the national flag being popularly credited to Pingali Venkayyah, Surayya Tyabji was the one who came up the final design.

Can You Really Be A Heterosexual Feminist In This Patriarchal World?

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Can a woman really, given what she knows, enter a relationship of trust, adulation and love with a man? Can she really be a heterosexual feminist?