On Virtual Friendships And The Technology Of Hope

On Virtual Friendships And The Technology Of Hope

I know people who have tweeted to me, video called me during my worst times - my virtual friendships are as dear to me as offline ones.
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Five Indian Trailblazing Women Engineers Smashing Stereotypes

These are five women engineers that are running their own companies or working at the largest firms in the world, smashing stereotypes.
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The ‘Hidden Truth’ Of The Women In Science

Women in science today face much of the same problems that Rosalind Franklin, the hidden scientist of the DNA model, faced in the early 1900s.
Internet Ban In Kashmir

The Internet Ban In Kashmir Is A Clear Violation Of Human Rights And No...

This is the 29th internet ban in Kashmir since 2016. The internet is a threat to the State as it allows Kashmiris to expose its wall of lies.
Watch: How This Breast Cancer Awareness Video Surpasses Facebook's Ban On Female Nipplesvideo

Watch: How This Breast Cancer Awareness Video Surpasses Facebook’s Ban On Female Nipples

A charity from Argentina found a creative way to surpass Facebook's ban on female nipples for their breast cancer awareness video.
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Watch: Organising Monthly Wikipedia Editathons To Reduce The Gender Gap On Wikipedia

Feminism in India (FII) hosts monthly Wikipedia Edit-a-thons to tackle the systematic gender bias that is present in Wikipedia.
#DigitalHifazat At National And International Conferences

#DigitalHifazat At National And International Conferences

FII's campaign #DigitalHifazat on online violence against women in India was presented at various national and international conferences.
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Indian Women In Science: Wikipedia Editathon At The Swedish Embassy

For March, Women's History Month, FII organised a Wikipedia Editathon on 'Indian Women In Science' with Punjabi Wikimedians & Swedish Embassy.
Indian Women Are Slaying At Science, But Why Are Sexist Stereotypes Still A Thing?

Indian Women Are Slaying At Science, But Why Are Sexist Stereotypes Still A Thing?

We take a look at those Indian women who have made their mark in the various fields of science despite odds and have been recognised for it in the years since International Day of Women and Girls in Science was announced
Jasoosi Band Karo: Gendered Surveillance Of Journalists In Pakistan

Jasoosi Band Karo: Gendered Surveillance Of Journalists In Pakistan

Female journalists make for particularly apt subjects for research on social and gendered surveillance given their unique and visible position in public discourse in both online and offline spaces.

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Meet Alisha Abdullah – India’s First Female Racing Champ

Alisha Abdullah is the first Indian Female National racer, who races in bikes, cars, and go-karts, thereby breaking all stereotypes on women and proving to the world how women are equal to men.
Cultural Appropriation: What Is It And Why Is It Problematic?

Cultural Appropriation: What Is It And Why Is It Problematic?

Cultural appropriation is when dominant communities use traditions & cultural artefacts of marginalized communities without permission.

Kunal Kapoor’s ‘#SoldBodies’: Where Do Sex Workers’ Rights Figure In It?

Although Kunal Kapoor appears to empathise with sex workers in his slam poem, he reverts to damaging stereotypes that strip them of autonomy.