workshop on combatting online violence and digital security

A Participant’s Learnings From Our Workshop On Combatting Online Violence

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FII and SFLC held a workshop on combatting online harassment and how to be digitally secure. A participant penned down her key takeaways.
Beyond 377 In Photos And Tweets: Our Panel Discussion On Queer And Trans Rights

Beyond 377 In Photos And Tweets: Our Panel Discussion On Queer And Trans Rights

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On 1 May 2017, Feminism in India and Gaylaxy Magazine hosted a panel discussion on queer and trans rights #Beyond377.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

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For April, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Feminism In India along with Punjabi Wikimedians co-organised a Wikipedia Editathon on ‘Sexual Assault Awareness Month’ to increase the representation of Indian NGO's working on child sexual abuse, sexual and domestic violence on Wikipedia as well as to teach a new skill of creating and editing articles on Wikipedia to the youth.
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Online Social Movements

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Online Social Movements

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This month, we got together with Punjabi Wikimedians at our New Delhi office to co-host a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Online Social Movements. The edit-a-thon was aimed at creating/editing Wikipedia pages of online social movements in India across issues of caste, gender, sexuality among others who lack representation on the platform currently.
Human Rights Activists

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Human Rights Activists in India

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This month, on the World Human Rights Day which falls on December 10, we got together with Breakthrough India at their Delhi office to co-host a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on Human Rights Activists in India. The edit-a-thon was aimed at creating/editing Wikipedia pages of human rights activists in India (both individuals and organisations) who lack representation on the platform currently.
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Indian Queer Feminists

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Indian Queer Feminists

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Indian queer feminists are now on Wikipedia!
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Indian Women Poets and Authors

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Indian Women Poets and Authors

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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.

Zehen’s ‘Main Yeh Bhi Hoon’ Monologues And The Fourth Mumbai Feminists Meetup

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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.

Third Mumbai Feminists Meet Up at TIFR Gardens

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On 8th November, 2015, the third Mumbai Feminists meet up took place at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Gardens (with a gorgeous sea view) in Navy Nagar, Colaba courtesy Himadri Burman.

Second Mumbai Feminists Meetup at Vakoloft

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On 25th September, 2015, the second Mumbai Feminists meeting was held at Vakoloft which was attended by Himadri, Japleen, Shreya, Vishwanath, Anchal, Anu, Vasundhara, Rashi, Paras and Robin.

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Why Sex And Gender Are Not As Separate As It Is Understood Today

Why Sex And Gender Are Not As Separate As It Is Understood Today

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The primary problem with such an organisation of gender and sex is that it negates the possibility of other “biologically” gendered identities; even if it is identified, it is mostly identified as an imperfection, a flaw or even a disorder.
Digital School Reopening: Technology's Added Burden For Mothers

Digital School Reopening: Technology’s Added Burden For Mothers

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In the case of online school classes, the ones who have it the hardest are the mothers who have more than one child under class 4 or 5 who need to be present with the child during the class time, especially the ones who do not have the work-from-home option and cannot afford a nanny.
The Impact Of Covid-19 On Assam's Women Weavers

The Impact Of Covid-19 On Assam’s Women Weavers

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In a world that is marred with COVID-19, India has been in a lockdown and the practice of physical distancing is in practice. This has severely impacted these women weavers who have lost their livelihood and space of solidarity.