Events Conducted in 2017

December 30, 2017 Hidden Pockets 0

Events Conducted in 2017   Walk conducted in Bangalore :   Gender Sensitisation workshops with Tech groups: Hackathon by Editors Lab Inclusive Technologies: ‘Gender Sensitisation’ workshop with FSMK students in Mangalore BroC0de: Gender and Technology Workshop at HasGeek Code of Conduct talks to make technology spaces more inclusive for all Read More

a poster with stain the stigma written

Stain The Stigma: St. Teresa College

December 19, 2017 Hidden Pockets 0

‘Stain the Stigma’ is an initiative by the Final Year students of the Department of Communicative English, St. Teresa’s College(Autonomous), Ernakulam. The campaign aims at removing various social stigmas and taboos around Menstruation along with educating the general public about Menstrual Hygiene. “Do not wear white clothes, do not enter Read More

Building of Bharosa Center

Where do women go to file cases against harassment in Hyderabad?

December 6, 2017 Hidden Pockets 2

Hidden Pockets Collective visited Bharosa Support Center for Women & Children, Telangana. “Bharosa” –Support Center for Women and Children is intended to support women affected by violence, in private and public spaces, within the family, community and at the workplace. It helps women facing physical, sexual, emotional, psychological and economic abuse, irrespective Read More

Where do Rape Survivors go in Lucknow?

November 13, 2017 Hidden Pockets 0

  Hidden Pockets Collective went looking for One Stop Crisis Centre in Lucknow. “Asha Jyoti Kendra” established by state government is really good, said some of the government officials whom we had met. I was intrigued. There were One Stop Crisis Centres in Uttar Pradesh, and everybody seemed to say Read More

A woman in pink colour kurta talking to young people.

Does anyone ask for young people’s consent?

November 9, 2017 Hidden Pockets 0

  Hidden Pockets Collective recently conducted a workshop on consent for young people with Project Khel in Uttar Pradesh. It was conducted for children above the age of 10 years old to 17 years in different schools. We asked the young people if they had ever talked about issue of Read More

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