Discussing all things taboo at Government Girls High School
Naina Jha conducted a workshop on ‘Puberty and Sexual Harassment’ at Government Girls High School on September 9. It was attended by 24 girls. The workshop began by asking the students a sensitive and taboo question of how their bodies have changed over the years? [...]Read more
A fun session on Consent
On 10th August, 2019, New Delhi, our Youth Outreach Officer from Delhi, Vanshika Deswal conducted a short session and conversation around consent and body autonomy with 9 students of Shades of Happiness. The half an hour session included games on trust-building, body autonomy and [...]Read more
Decoding Consent: Understanding the gap between what’s okay and what’s not okay
On 1st February 2019 Radhika Shankar @rads_shanks conducted a tweetchat on Decoding Consent: Understanding the gap between what’s okay and what’s not okay. The chat began by talking about the recent Gillette ad which had sparked a lot of conversation around toxic masculinity. [...]Read more
Kahaaniya- Stories of our Gender
The event “Kahaniya- Stories of our Gender” about hearing and sharing stories of struggles, healing, hope and courage fighting gender-based violence and biases was organised on November 17, 2018 in Sambookas, New Delhi. It began with an introduction session where everyone had to [...]Read more
Gender Sensitization Workshop at Delhi University
Our Youth Outreach Officer from Delhi, Vanshika Siya Deswal, conducted a Gender Sensitization workshop at Department of Philosophy, Delhi University for its students and teachers on 12th of November. To break the silence, we asked the audience to share their personal experiences [...]Read more
Understand Consent. End Rape.
Kartika Puri, an undergraduate student at Ashoka University, explores writerly migrations between the spheres of art, society, and politics. Understand Consent. End Rape. The measures undertaken to combat sexual harassment often, either implicitly or explicitly, place the onus on [...]Read more
Consent: the most mysterious word in the world.
Nandini Arora works as a Brand Manager in a Software Development company in New Delhi. Although married to numbers, her first love has always been books and writing. She regularly writes about issues such as women’s safety, Feminism, LGBTQ etc. on her blog [...]Read more