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The 2020 Campaign Calendar is up! 

It's hard for us to believe we've managed to pull off nine campaigns with the human and other resources we have. Every year we start with hope and end with exhaustion and a promise to never do this again, but come July-August, something gnaws at us--mostly, the state of the world--and here we are.

This year, we've had to go all-digital because of the pandemic, but we have managed to put together 16 days of activity without planning 16 webinars. 

We have seven activities open for registration, and then several information initiatives, including the release of new resources on gender violence. 

Go on, check out the calendar! (And some programmes have participation caps, so don't procrastinate--register today!)

Campaign Activities Open to the Public

You still need to register!

A panel of the 2020 Report's contributors--Kausumi Saha and Semmalar Selvi will present their work. Archanaa Seker will give a short overview on the COVID-19 impact. 
Dr. Kalpana Kannabiran will discuss the report and offer her perspective.

This workshop, by experienced trainers from the Equal Community Foundation, will share insights from their work and offer strategies for including men and boys in the journey towards gender equality and a violence-free world.

Register here.

Read more about campaign events here and on our Facebook Page.

Heteronormativity and patriarchy create a web of expectations, rules and conventions that violate the rights to life and liberty, and are used to justify physical, sexual and emotional violence. This symposium panel will bring this structural violence to light.

Register here.

We will premiere the video of a discussion, "The Pandemic and Violence against Women with Disabilities: Communities and Inclusion,:" at 11 a.m. on our YouTube channel <>.

Read more about campaign events here and on our Facebook Page.

This 2-hour online discussion will feature a guided conversation between students, parents, and teachers to shed light on: the need for boundary setting, the importance of understanding the meaning of “safety” in the Indian arts, and ways to prioritize and navigate conversations about safety as a parent.
Should we separate the art from the artiste? 

Join us for a debate as we explore 2 sides of an age-old dilemma, while bringing it into the context of Indian Classical Art.

Akshay Anantapadmanabhan; 
Roopa Mahadevan; Shreya Devnath; 
Sikkil Gurucharan; Vidya Kalyanaraman; 
Vishnudev KS. 

Read more about campaign events here and on our Facebook Page.

சாதி மற்றும் பாலின வன்முறையின் குறுககீடுகளை, இந்த நிபுணர் குழுவுடன் ஆராயுங்கள்.
How should one report gender violence stories, with sensitivity?
This workshop on gender violence reportage will be led by a team from the Network of Women in Media, India.

Read more about campaign events 
here and on our Facebook Page.


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