On 17th September, Asmita Ghosh gave a seminar on the #GBVinMedia toolkit to postgraduate students of journalism at the University of Madras.
This August, the #GBVinMedia toolkit travelled outside of Delhi for the first time! After our amazing launch in Delhi in July, and our Media Rumble Masterclass in early August, it was time for us to pack our bags and launch the toolkit in Mumbai, as well as visit with some great university students and talk about gender-sensitive journalism with them as well.
On 3rd August 2019, Team FII presented the #GBVinMedia toolkit as a masterclass on gender-sensitive reportage at the Media Rumble conference by Newslaundry.
On July 4, 2019, Feminism in India launched the #GBVinMedia toolkit – a media ethics toolkit for journalists and media professionals to report gender-based violence (GBV) more sensitively.
FII Wiki Project, The Wikipedia Library and CIS-A2K co-organised the 1Lib1Ref Wikipedia editathon on 25th May 2019 to improve citations on women's Wikipedia pages in India.
On 29 April 2019, FII and #DalitWomenFight co-organized an event to celebrate Dalit History Month – evening of remembrance, resistance and resilience, where we talked about and remembered various Dalit leaders and movements.
In April, FII, The Heritage Lab (THL) and the Danish Cultural Institute India co-organised a Wikipedia editathon on women in art as part of the global Art+Feminism campaign 2019.
Here is a sneak peek into the ‘Aath March, Saath March’, the powerful protest that united women from across the city to assert the principles they fight for every day.
To commemorate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, we co-organised a Wikipedia editathon on Indian women in STEM with IIT Delhi and The Life of Science.
In a time and in a country where an all-male delegation is chosen to meet the Prime Minister and discuss problems in the entertainment industry - especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement – an all-Dalit women panel is nothing short of revolutionary.On 18th January 2019, AIDMAM and The Blue Club jointly organised a two-day event called Dalit Women in Media and Politics