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My Experience with the Status Quo

Status quo is a Latin phrase meaning the existing state of affairs, particularly with regard […]

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Conversations with Ex-Inmates

The selection process of the Banyan Impact Fellowship is a journey of its own with […]

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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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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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River of Life: My Ten Months of Experience in the AIF Fellowship

During the AIF Clinton Fellowship Endpoint conference, I got the opportunity to share my fellowship […]

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Reimagining the Justice System at the Local Level

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

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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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Domestic Abuse: A Right Granted by Society?

What is domestic abuse? Is it limited to a wife being abused by her husband or […]

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Bringing the Period to the Workplace

Chums. Time of the Month. Visit from Aunt Flo. Stomach pain. Code Red. Red Wedding […]

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She: The Invisible Bread Earner (Part I)

“Who is the head of family?” I asked a boy from Chikiti Block of Odisha. […]

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