June, 2017

 

Rise against the Injustice

Naina Jha is the Program and Outreach Officer at Patna. She has worked with hospitals, advertising and PR agencies and has been working with ICWA to educate slum kids since 2005. Recently, she conducted a 4 day workshop for children from the slums teaching them English through [...]Read more
 

Society

Sreemay Rath is a writer based out of Mumbai, currently a student of Humanities in the Navy Children School, Mumbai. He has written and published a short length novel and two books of poems compiled by him.  His poems have been recently selected for publication by Blue Rose [...]Read more
 

Hindu Funeral Rites : Only a Man’s Right?

Rahat Sharma is a final year Law student who is an ardent believer that every dark cloud has a silver lining. Through her words, she continues to pursue the same and is determined to bring about the change awaited. Hindu Funeral Rites : Only a Man’s Right? Since time [...]Read more
 

Safecity Emerging Leader : Krupa Savajiyani

Safecity is celebrating the journey of people who have emerged as leaders as our campaigns progressed in their communities through our blog series “Safecity Emerging Leaders“. Read the inspiring stories of these individuals who are passionate about making their neighbourhoods [...]Read more
 

Children and the sexuality continuum

Vandita Morarka leads policy initiatives, legal research and United Nations liaison work at Safecity. She is a policy professional who holds an MA Hons. in Public Policy and has worked extensively with politicians, government bodies, organisations and philanthropists towards [...]Read more
 

Raising Body-Positive Children

Vandita Morarka leads policy initiatives, legal research and United Nations liaison work at Safecity. She is a policy professional who holds an MA Hons. in Public Policy and has worked extensively with politicians, government bodies, organisations and philanthropists towards [...]Read more
 

Stop Child Labour

On 9th June, Pratham Council for Vulnerable Children @PrathamPCVC conducted a tweetchat creating awareness of the prevalence of child labour even today and what we, as individuals and society, can do to stop it. The chat began with a straightforward question asking the audience [...]Read more
 

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