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Women's Safety

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Make Gender Sensitisation compulsory in the school curriculum

A country that does not value gender sensitisation, will never be safe. If we have to make our society safer for women, it’s time to demand gender sensitisation.

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Make Sports a compulsory subject in schools

It’s time to be pre-activists and push for meaningful changes in the situation of sports in India. It’s time to do our bit towards building a sporting culture.

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ARTICLES

CATCH THEM YOUNG - Gender Sensitising Kids with th...

Every time we bring up gender sensitisation - a common concern in our society echoes - do we need to teach our children about gender biases and ways to overcome them? Or are they too young to understand sensitive issues? Often Indian parents, when asked about the need for gender sensitisati

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Safe & Inclusive Workspaces: How Gender-Sensitisin...

India is struggling with gender sensitising her citizens today. We grow up in a society where men have more rights. Things may be changing today, but the change is rather slow. Many corporate organisations today want more diversity and inclusion, yet they are struggling to manage that.

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What We can Learn from NorthEast India about Sport...

The North-Eastern states in India are home to some of India’s most recognised international players. Just to name a few, M.C. Mary Kom - 2012 Olympics bronze medallist and a five-time world amateur-boxing champion, footballer Baichung Bhutia, boxer L. Sarita Devi, silver medallist at

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