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What’s in a Language? (Part I)

After spending weeks preparing for it, the first focus group discussion (FGD) I conducted did […]

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Women with Disabilities and Menstrual Hygiene: An Ethical Evaluation

As an undergraduate studying Economics and Philosophy, I was most fascinated by the intersection of […]

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Who is Worried About Periods During a Pandemic

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic began, there has been a lot to worry about. Governments, […]

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Clearing the Fence: Inclusion, not just Accommodation

 “So… you’re not teaching blind students Braille? Shouldn’t they be focusing on Braille?” “Computers? You […]

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Peace in Unpreparedness and Existential Crisis: Lekha’s Philosophy of Art and Life

“Why are you here?” is a question I have been asked quite frequently while I […]

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Breaking Taboos on Menstruation and Disability

Rachel’s Fellowship is made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust.   Many taboos have been […]

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Disabled People’s Organizations: A Voice of PwDs in Advocacy

Rachel’s Fellowship is made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust.   According to the World […]

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Economic Empowerment: Enhancing Autonomy of Persons with Disability

Rachel’s Fellowship is made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust.   According to World Bank […]

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No Voter Left Behind: Including Persons with Disabilities in Decision-Making

Rachel’s Fellowship is made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust.  India is the biggest […]

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Being an Indian from the North East: My Thoughts on Social Inclusion

Rachel’s Fellowship is made possible by the Rural India Supporting Trust.   “Oh Nagaland? You eat […]

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