Hidden Pockets Collective conducts research on sexual and reproductive health in cities of Global South. It has been working on curating services related to sexual and reproductive health in 7 cities of India. It primarily focuses on health services used by young people, people from LGBTIQ groups and any other groups who would be looking for some correct information.
We have been fairly active with groups like Women’s groups, LGBTIQ groups, Positive People’s networks, Young Feminist Networks, Child Rights Groups, Data Groups and Internet Groups in the last 3 years.
We conduct series of workshops with different groups – schools and colleges. We work with tech groups and work on gender sensitisation and making theses space diverse and inclusive. We have been working with private bodies in setting up Internal Complaints Cell. If you are interested and want us to conduct workshops, please do write to us : firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO ARE WE?
Jasmine, as the founder, she believes in the idea of creating radical spaces for discussions and narratives. A lawyer and activist, she intends to create critical discussions while practising her dance moves until revolution knocks her door some day. For her, Hidden Pockets is a step towards merging city and development with a pinch of sexuality in it. She is involved in both International and national level advocacy and has been active in introducing comprehensive sexuality education programmes.
Head of Operations
Aisha Lovely George is an open-minded, welcoming and resourceful leader with a sound and cheerful outlook on all things in life. One of the Youth Champions 2017 from India (of the Asia Safe Abortion Partnership) she heads the operations, Mapping and Podcasts at Hidden Pockets. Certified as a peer educator by Enfold India, she has conducted several training on Sexual and Reproductive health for Government school students and also for students from community library .
Sekuly Nyekha, A student of performing arts, who has been helping us develop an approach to towards designing our experiences into beautiful expressions. Sekulu is a keen follower of Pop Culture.
People who have helped us in the journey so far:
Writing from the age of 11, Brindaalakshmi. K turned her love for writing into her profession from her first job in 2011. She writes poetry, journalistic pieces, screenplay, brand copy, social media copy, fiction and anything else with a promise of an exciting challenge. Having spent too much time studying startups as a business & technology journalist, she now prefers spending her time branding and building businesses instead. She is the business woman who likes feminists to look sexy, both men and women alike. She’s also an actor, a traveller and a film-maker.
Photography: Works of Pallavi, Ankit and Jasmine. Copyrights of the images lie with these artists. Images should be used post notification to our team.