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
SPEAK and Listen
SPEAK! is a global campaign that has been created to help give a voice to everyone, everywhere. As part of the speak campaign Safecity organised a sit down discussion on Gender Issues at Malabar Hill, Mumbai. The discussion was moderated by Vihang Jumle from the Safecity team. It [...]Read more
The Master’s house cannot be dismantled with the Master’s tools
Megha Venketasamy has over 7 years of experience in working on grassroots projects and with NGOs in Mauritius and Africa with prime focus on women empowerment through leadership training, political empowerment and gender awareness. Megha’s life purpose to be one of those to [...]Read more
Gender Equality in Workplaces
On 19th May, Safecity hosted a chat on Gender Equality in the Workplace as part of the Feminist Conference organised by @SheThePeopleTV. Anupama Kapoor @anupamaskapoor and Gopika Kaul from Reboot Network @reboot_network were guests on the chat. The chat began with the basic [...]Read more
An open letter to all those opposing Feminism
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
#MeToo #HimToo #UsToo
Nandini Arora is an aspiring actuary who loves to write. 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 nandiniaroraweb.wordpress.com. #MeToo #HimToo #UsToo [...]Read more
What’s it going to take?
Nandini Arora is an aspiring actuary who loves to write. 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 nandiniaroraweb.wordpress.com. What’s it going to [...]Read more
I am a feminist!
Jenika Desai, a student of the 11th grade at Singapore International School has always wanted to fight the stereotypes of women and aid in changing the image of them. A critical thinker herself, she understands how easy it is to berate people for the tiniest things but the real [...]Read more
Feminism & Writing.
Shreya Ila Anasuya, our Twitter Curator this past week, held a TweetChat on Feminism & Writing. The discussion extended to racism, stereotypes, role models and entertaining ideas without accepting them in Literature while also highlighting that Literature is not only [...]Read more