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Uma

In India, if you have a question about your body and need guidance on sexual health? Where can one go? An Adolescent Friendly Health Clinic is a one-stop shop that can prove as a helpful resource for young adults but how many adolescents really know about it? And more importantly are they accessible? This episode […]

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Gauri

Have you ever wondered how you missed on getting information about your body early on in your life? And more than that, how would that information have changed your access to sexual health? These were some of the questions that Gauri had as well. An adolescent from Gurugram, she pits her knowledge about sexual and […]

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Shamita Harsh

“As women, we know that the working day for capital does not necessarily produce a paycheck,” – Khara Jabola-Carolus, the executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women talks about being behind the first explicitly feminist economic recovery plan in the country. What happened to the women in COVID-19? Different genders were […]

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Deepa Narayan

What is a man? How do you define one? Why should we define one? Why re we limiting masculinity in India to one stereotype? And more importantly, why can’t men be a part of the road of feminism that leads to gender equality? An unequal culture between men and women survives on hundreds of ordinary, […]

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Devesh Chopra

Neel Ranaut prefers the term village fashion influencer to best describe their curation and content creation skills that first brought him on the map. A viral TikTok and now Instagram creator, Neel’s creates no-cost versions of celebrity outfits. The small town influencer from Tripura who slays the ‘who wore it better’ version, got to walk […]

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Shamita Harsh

Is this a nation for its women? When did India become the land of rapes? Safety of women in India has been negotiated for far too long. Priyanka Dubey, an independent journalist, sits down in a conversation to explore what really goes on in reporting sexual-based violence and crimes against women in the country. How […]

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People Like Us

It’s 2021 and many organisations in India still don’t prefer to employ acid-attack survivors. So many young acid attack survivors struggle to make ends meet. It is worse enough that acid attacks are still a thing in this country. An acid attack survivor is on her journey to provide gainful employment opportunities for more women […]

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Archana Singh

Meet Archana Singh who is not your average entrepreneur. She has jumped a total of 3 businesses but she is a smart businesswoman who has used the savings and profit from each venture to finance the next. From a goat-rearing venture to sewing clothes, today, Archana manufactures show rings for fans and has set up […]

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Radhika Bharadwaj

Radhika Bharadwaj from the Garkhara village in Varanasi learnt to run a business on her own. With a little bit of trial and error, she decided to empower the rural women in her village by giving them a source of employment. But how did she make that happen? By setting up Santoshi Ma self-help group […]

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Pallavi Pareek

जेंडर अब बड़े परदे पर – Where do the women belong? If the kitchen is your first thought, then you may need to rethink why you tend to picture gender roles in a certain way. And where better to start than our very own Bollywood that has spent a century selling gender stereotypes to us. […]

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Gayatri Chandrawar

The journey of Gayatri Chandrawar from Gorakhpur wasn’t an easy one. Hailing from a semi-urban locality in the city, Gayatri found herself struggling with the patriarchal boundaries of her household. But a business idea kept brewing in the back of her mind, one that would involve empowering several other women like her. Many people warned […]

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People Like Us

Minakshi Walke hails from Chandrapur, Maharashtra. A one-woman show, she began making locally produced bamboo products. Discovering a new market for her cool products inspired her to hire and employ more women in her group. Today, Minakshi wants to set up the biggest bamboo enterprise run by a woman that supports other women to earn […]

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Pallavi Pareek

What if women didn’t find a seat at the table at the workplace? And who has defined these structural barriers that create significant obstructions for a woman’s equal participation in the society? Having the opportunity to voice your opinion can also be difficult for women at the workplace. To bridge the gap, this episode of […]

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People Like Us

Meet the rural women entrepreneurs of India who are transforming the business ecosystem in small towns of the country. Using innovative ideas, these businesswomen have also given opportunities for other women from rural areas. This has been possible through formation of self-help groups. The story of former International hockey player, Rita Mishra is not less […]

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Meenakshi Rai

A single business idea can go a long way. Meenakshi Rai from Gorakhpur is ensuring just that. With an abundance of business ideas, Meenakshi stepped into the rural entrepreneurial market with one goal – to give each woman a reason to own her business. Keen on changing the rural landscape when it comes to the […]

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Renu Ojha

What does a self-help group need? A place to market their products. Well, Renu Ojha, is a businesswoman who is doing just that. She started her journey by making products like bags and curtains at home. Soon after, she started the Durgeshwari self-help group in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. Self-reliance was an important ingredient in her […]

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Shamita Harsh

Several parts of rural India still struggle to allow their women to work for themselves let alone run a local business. A self-help group allows a like-minded collective of women to find their talent and their voice as they create locally-produced goods to meet the demands of their community. It isn’t easy to set-up an […]

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Pallavi Pareek

Where do you see the women in your house? How does the language we use affect the gender roles in our domestic spaces? Gendering begins at home. Binaries begin at home. But have you thought, who really defined these roles for us? How do we change the structural barriers that restrict some of us and […]

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Pallavi Pareek

Have you ever wondered about the different ways in which we use language to express our gender? Do we have enough words or the right words to express ourselves and our identities? In this show we explore a journey of understanding how gendered our language is and begin to unravel the long list of words […]

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Gautam Yadav

Section 377 might be coming to an end, but the fight for equality has a long way to go #LGBTQ

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Tamseel Hussain

What it means to be gender fluid and how should it be celebrated? Here it out from a gender fluid person himself

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