For November, FII collaborated with CIS Delhi and co-hosted a Wikipedia Editathon on Indian women in law.
We held a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Indian women bureaucrats to increase the representation of women bureaucrats and help reduce the gender gap on Wikipedia.
Feminism in India and Nazariya held a joint workshop on the way mainstream Indian media reports on gender, sexuality, LGBTQIA+ identities and gender-based violence.
FII, in its capacity as official partners, hosted and participated in 4 panel discussions at the Digital Citizen Summit.
For September, FII collaborated with Khoj International Artists' Association and co-hosted a Wikipedia Editathon on Women In Contemporary Indian Art.
For August, we themed our monthly Wikipedia Edit-a-thon around Independence Day and hosted one on Indian Women Freedom Fighters.
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.
FII and SFLC held a workshop on combatting online harassment and how to be digitally secure. A participant penned down her key takeaways.
On 8th July 2016, Feminism in India along with Software Freedom Law Centre (SFLC.in) held a workshop on combatting online harassment.
June being Pride Month, we decided to throw some light on Indian queer pride marches and cities, hence brought them on Wikipedia.