We were touched by the hospitality extended to us by DDUC and we hope our workshop on combatting online harassment helped sensitise students.
We held a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Indian women in politics to increase the representation of women politicians in India and help reduce the gender gap on Wikipedia.
On 20th September, Asmita Ghosh conducted a gender sensitisation seminar for first year students at the NLU Delhi.
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.
FII and BT co-hosted a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on “Indian women poets and authors” at Breakthrough's Delhi office. The edit-a-thon was aimed at creating/editing wikipedia pages of Indian women poets and authors who lack representation on the platform currently.
On 1 May 2017, Feminism in India and Gaylaxy Magazine hosted a panel discussion on queer and trans rights #Beyond377.
For August, we themed our monthly Wikipedia Edit-a-thon around Independence Day and hosted one on Indian Women Freedom Fighters.
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.
The fourth Mumbai Feminists meet-up was held on the 10th of January at the Hive in Khar. A performance by The Zehen Collective, as part of the ‘Pride’ events was the centerpiece of the event. The show was called ‘Main Yeh Bhi Hoon’ Monologues - discussions of coming out.
Feminism in India attended the Digital Citizen Summit 2018 and hosted and participated in seven panels.