women

 

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
 

Health and Sanitation in India

On 18th January 2019, Vidhi Chandani @vidhi_chandani conducted a tweetchat on the looming issue of the lack of health and sanitation in India. We were joined by guests- Dasra @dasra, WaterAid India @WaterAidIndia and Thea Care App @WomensHealth_in The tweetchat began by asking [...]Read more
 

Need for Economic Empowerment of Women

On 11th Jan 2019, Varsha Bhargavi @VarshaBhargavi conducted a tweetchat on the ‘Need for Economic Empowerment of Women’. Varsha began the chat with a startling fact that the labour force participation rate among all  Indian women is 27% and a mere 19% in urban areas. [...]Read more
 

Is Housework still a Woman’s Responsibility?

On 4th Jan 2019 Tamana Baghla @BaghlaTamana conducted a tweetchat about household chores still being a woman’s responsibility. Tamana Baghla wished to take up the issue of gender roles within a house and began the chat by asking the audience why housework and raising [...]Read more
 

Advertising, Sexism and Accountability

On 28th December, Kritisha Jain @jainkritisha from I Will Go Out 2017 @iwillgoout2017 conducted a thought-provoking tweetchat on ‘Advertising, Sexism and Accountability’. The chat began by asking the audience the different ways through which the Indian Advertising [...]Read more
 

Breaking the Taboo on Puberty and Menstruation

Our Youth Outreach Officer at Delhi, Vanshika Deswal along with Kajal Antil, Campus Ambassador from SBS, organised an awareness workshop on Puberty and Menstruation on 10th December 2018. This was conducted at a community in Majnu Ka Tila along with fellows from Teach For India. [...]Read more

Youth Innovation Challenge Finals

Red Dot Foundation (Safecity) was approved to host a UN Habitat’s Urban Thinkers Campus (UTC). Along with its organising partners, Developmatrix and The Urban Vision and knowledge partner, the US Consulate Mumbai, we designed a social incubator for the Youth Design Innovation [...]Read more
 

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