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My Fellowship Journey: Of Gender, Hills and Tibetan Lemon Tarts

It all started with this itch of mine to explore gender in and of itself […]

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Ensuring Gender Mainstreaming in the Tibetan Administration

Gender Mainstreaming can be defined as ‘ integration of a gender perspective into the preparation, […]

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So, You Think Working in the Social/Development Sector is Boring?

A khadi-clad, jhola bearing, frail looking bespectacled person in her 20s, with greasy hair, hassled […]

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Farewell to An Able Leader: Dr. Pema Yangchen

Dr. Pema Yangchen was born in Bhutan and came to India in 1983. After completing […]

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Online Gender Training: Does It Really Work?

Fresh from my AIF Clinton Fellowship Orientation, I started work with my host organization, the […]

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Stories of First-Generation Tibetans in India

Between December 2020 to January 2021, I had the privilege of learning the Tibetan language […]

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Safety in Statelessness: Tibetan Women Helpline

A home or a country we can call our own is something that most of […]

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Virtual Interventions in Development Sector Trainings: Part 2

I was and am delighted to have been placed at the Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) […]

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Bridging the Virtual Gap: Lessons From Central Tibetan Administration

December 16 was an unusually cold winter day in Lucknow. In a year that had […]

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Understanding Tibetan Culture Through the Tibetan Language

The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis talks about linguistic relativity, which essentially means that language shapes reality. The […]

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