Author Archives: POV India

Women, Sexuality and the Internet

This blog post is third in a series of ten blog posts to report on the EROTICS India workshop, recently concluded in Delhi. All the blog posts in this series are written by Richa Kaul Padte, the official rapporteur at … Continue reading

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Five principles for a feminist approach to technology

This blog post is second in a series of ten blog posts to report on the EROTICS India workshop, recently concluded in Delhi. All the blog posts in this series are written by Richa Kaul Padte, the official rapporteur at … Continue reading

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EROTICS India: meet the participants

This blog post is first in a series of ten blog posts to report on the EROTICS India workshop, recently concluded in Delhi. All the blog posts in this series are written by Richa Kaul Padte, the official rapporteur at … Continue reading

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Disability, Sexuality and Violence: from Mumbai to Honolulu

While working for www.sexualityanddisability.org I learnt many things about women with disabilities and the way the world viewed their sexualities. In my chat with a queer feminist from the UK, I was told that the infrastructure abroad may be better, … Continue reading

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Humari Zindagi Humari Choice

Humari Zindagi Humari Choice was a collaborative campaign between LGBTQ and women’s rights groups across Mumbai city. Conducted during the 16 Days of Activism to end Gender-Based Violence in November-December 2011, the campaign highlighted the ways in which stigma is … Continue reading

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Dharavi, Meri Jaan

As a collaborative effort between Point of View and SNEHA, a workshop was arranged for the teenagers of Dharavi and Ghatkopar slum area from December 2010 to March 2011. These youngsters from Dharavi had already helped these organizations throughout their … Continue reading

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The Most Powerful Weapon (Campaign)

As part of our larger initiative to address domestic violence in Bombay city, we launched a series of advertisements displayed on BEST buses on routes across the city. The campaign began on 8 March 2011, alongside celebrations of the 100th … Continue reading

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At The Crossroads – Film Premiere

Directed by Ipshita Maitra, Point of View in collaboration with CEHAT (Dilaasa) premiered At The Crossroads on 15 Feb 2011 at the Mysore Association Auditorium in Matunga, Mumbai. At the Crossroads follows the story of Meera, a woman admitted into … Continue reading

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9 Degrees of Justice – Kala Ghoda Launch

Edited by Bishakha Datta and  supported by the Ford Foundation, 9 Degrees of Justice- New Perspectives on Violence Against Women in India was launched as a part of the Kala Ghoda Festival  on 12 Feburary 2011. Over 80 people attended … Continue reading

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