In this talk, Japleen Pasricha explains what is feminism and gives highlights of the feminist movement in India and why we still need it.
FII Founder Japleen Pasricha was felicitated as #WebWonderWomen by the Ministry of Women and Child Development for using social media for good.
On 25th February 2019, Feminism in India conducted a workshop on the intersection of caste, class and gender in India and issues surrounding it. It was attended by 20-25 students and some members of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation.
On 18th February 2019, FII Campaign Manager Asmita Ghosh spoke about the fundamentals of feminism, patriarchy and gender norms at a three hour workshop at NIT Calicut.
Recently, Feminism In India has been subject to a deluge of criticism from many in the right wing. In this statement, we would like to clarify our stances on many of the issues we have been criticised for.
This January, we feature Sanjana Pegu for her invaluable contribution to FII.
This December, we feature Hamsadhwani Alagarsamy. FII thanks her for her timely and valuable contributions.
Check out the top 18 articles that you loved reading in 2018.
2018 is drawing to a close, and it is time for us to look back on the past year and what we've achieved in it.
This December, FII Campaign Manager Asmita Ghosh was selected to be a part of the Asia Safe Abortion Partnership’s Youth Advocacy Institute.