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Do Too Many Cooks Spoil the Broth?

The concept of communal cooking has always interested me. When I was 8, my father […]

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Demystifying Academic Research: My First Time

Academic research is very intimidating for someone on the outside. Speaking as that someone, academia […]

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Is Empowerment an Empowering Term?

Is Leadership a Fair Indicator of Empowerment? In the literature of development, empowerment is a […]

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Women Leadership (or the lack thereof) in the Tibetan Itinerant Trade

One of my tasks as an AIF Clinton Fellow for Women’s Empowerment Desk, the unit […]

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A Historical Understanding of Gender in the Tibetan Community

This following post is excerpted and adapted from the AIF Clinton Fellowship Endpoint presentation that […]

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 Disaster and Gender

Disaster might seem like an event that equalizes the difference, brings people together, and impacts […]

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Talk Periods: A Book Launch & Discussion

Today on July 16th, 2020, we celebrated the launch of “Periods, Period. Stories of Perseverance, […]

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Nari Adalats: Changing Lives at the Community Level

In my last blog, I briefly discussed the system of Nari Adalats (Women’s courts) run […]

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But Have You Tried This Dosa? Women in the Public Space

Street food is a major aspect of Indian food culture. There are an estimated 2 […]

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Exiled Services: Identity and Nation Building in the Tibetan Diaspora

Service can be an intimate, personal experience for some of us. Why and how we […]

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