Dalit women have made immense contribution towards shaping the Indian society, but their efforts have long been ignored. April is Dalit History Month, here are five Dalit women your history books won't tell you about.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and to commemorate and raise awareness about sexual violence, FII brings you this short video on a guide to laws against rape and sexual assault. #KnowYourLaws
This Northeastern woman brilliantly took down all the racism of the Indian Mainland towards people of the Northeast in this satirical video.
Feminism in India (FII) hosts monthly Wikipedia Edit-a-thons to tackle the systematic gender bias that is present in Wikipedia.
This International Women’s Day, we came together in solidarity to celebrate our progress and to resist the patriarchal, casteist, communal and regressive forces that are operating with utter impunity in our country.
Amrita Sher-Gil is one of India's foremost painters, often called India's Frida Kahlo. On the 103rd anniversary of her birth, we celebrate this exceptional woman.
On the 21st of January 2017, women from more than 30 cities and towns in India marched through the streets staking their claim on public spaces. Our rallying cry was #IWillGoOut!
These men created the perfect product - sanitary napkins for women created, produced and designed exclusively by men - manitary pads!
A new music video titled Hwages shows Saudi women doing everything they can't do in rea life in Saudi Arabia like driving among others.
Project Heartland, a YouTube mini-series documents stories of Dalit men and women across Gujarat who have been struggling against the oppressive system and trying to dismantle it in their own way.