Since June is globally celebrated as Pride Month, Feminism In India along with Gaylaxy Magazine and Instituto Cervantes co-organised a Wikipedia Editathon on Pride Marches in India.
FII organised a Wikipedia Editathon on Indian women authors in May 2018 to increase the representation of women authors on Wikipedia.
FII collaborated with Gaylaxy Magazine and India HIV/AIDS Alliance and co-organised a Wikipedia Editathon on ‘Trans* Rights Activists and Personalities of South Asia’ for April 2018.
FII held a workshop at Gargi College that interrogated the way mainstream news media covered stories of gender-based violence, which often reinforce regressive victim-blaming attitudes that lead to rape culture.
A peek into the powerful protest that is Aath March Saath March, which reverberated through the streets of central Delhi on International Women's Day 2018.
Since March is globally celebrated as Women's History Month, FII collaborated with The Heritage Lab to conduct the global Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA).
We organised a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Indian queer rights activists to increase the representation of queer rights activists in India and help reduce the gender gap on Wikipedia.
On 6 December 2018, Feminism in India visited the campus of Ambedkar University Delhi to conduct a workshop on online abuse and violence, and how to combat it.
We organised a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Indian women in tech to increase the representation of women technologists in India and help reduce the gender gap on Wikipedia.
FII conducted a workshop on on ‘Online Violence Against Women' and ‘Digital Security for Young Women', under our campaign #DigitalHifazat at IP College for Women, University of Delhi.