Young Women Empowerment

On 2nd August 2019, Karishma Jangid hosted a Tweetchat curated by Abdul Mufeez Shaheed @abdulmshaheed about “Young women empowerment”. The chat began by discussing the different barriers that limit young women from achieving their potential, be it at home, in schools, or even in [...]Read more

Adolescent Expectation from Education

On 12th July, Jahanara Raza @jahanara_raza conducted a Tweetchat on “Adolescent Expectation from Education” – The chat commenced by asking how female students can form their voice to which the audience replied with options like ‘providing opportunities within and [...]Read more

Do we learn gender equality in Schools?

Anna Anandita is a 23 year old hailing from the temple city Bhubaneswar, Odisha. She is currently pursuing M.Tech in Chemical Engineering in National Institute of Technology, Srinagar. Apart from academics, she enjoys writing, painting, dancing and occasional singing. She is [...]Read more

Are Women in India Economically Empowered?

Komal Gesala is currently studying in T.Y.BCom from Mithibai College. She loves writing short stories and blogging in her spare time. Are Women in India Economically Empowered? India became the fastest growing economy in 2018 and surpassed even China. India is overtaking every [...]Read more

Dreams and Pride on National Girl Child Day 2019

On the occasion of National Girl Child Day on 24th January 2019, Safecity Campus Ambassadors planned a visit to the Bachyion Ka Ghar Orphanage near Jama Masjid, Old Delhi. The intent was to meet with the young girls, and talk to them about their dreams and ask them why they were [...]Read more

Education for Underprivileged Children

On Friday 7th December, 2018 DoorStep School Pune conducted a tweetchat on the issue of education for underprivileged children. The chat first began by asking the audience about the many different reasons why children are left out of school. Some of the answers that topped the [...]Read more

Raising Gender-Sensitive Children

Pulkit Bhasin is currently in 11th grade. He thoroughly enjoys reading, writing, and playing cricket. He has volunteered at other organizations as well where he has taken up a plethora of roles from database management to teaching underprivileged children. He relishes the [...]Read more

Women, Health and Education #16Days

On 1st December 2017, Abdul Mufeez Shaheed @abdulmshaheed hosted a tweetchat on the topic ‘Women, Health and Education’ on @pinthecreep. Important questions were raised, such as how conflict and disaster can disrupt women’s access to education and how men can [...]Read more

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