Re-Defining ‘Indianness’: Mitigating hate crimes and discrimination of ‘outsiders’

July 31, 2017 Hidden Pockets 0

“Strangers have become migrants. Migrants have become Neighbours. But have they crossed the Rubicon to become friends?”                                                                                     ~ Sanjoy Hazarika When a former BJP MP, Mr. Tarun Vijay proclaimed in April 2017, “If we were racist, why would we have all the entire south…Tamil, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra…why do Read More

Male and female tech coders at FSMK event discussing gender

Gender and Tech with Open Source Community

July 3, 2017 Hidden Pockets 0

Embedded for Her, is a 10 weeks workshop conducted by FSMK ( Free Software Movement of Karnataka) to promote more women  coders in the specific field of embedded systems. As an Open Source Community, they  believe that more and more people need to join in the free software movement to make Read More

BroC0de: Gender and Technology Workshop at HasGeek

June 10, 2017 Hidden Pockets 0

Techies; the misfits, the geeks, the nerds, the un-wired ones are making the future right now or so it seems. Techies have the power to change the narratives and ensure that more people from different groups are represented in this conversations. In an era where Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Read More

Stories and Safe spaces in our work: SAHR

February 10, 2017 Aisha George 0

 The Role of Stories and Safe Spaces in Our Work  “The idea this week is not to lecture or teach, but to experience.” – Sondos Shabayek, Workshop Facilitator SAHR is a non-profit human rights organisation led by a global team of women with a mission to increase access to justice Read More

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