Our work at a glance

  • Storytelling for gender equality and peace

  • Education with curriculums, workshops and dialogue

  • Tech for Good for resources and reporting

  • Digital Advocacy for gender equality and peacebuilding

  • Legal, Policy and Psycho-social research to inform our activism

Notes from the field

Saturday, December 8, 2018

Finding solutions to bullying

In our second session with the children at Pudiyador, we looked at ways to understand what gives a bully reason to do what they do, and using that as a base, we looked at ways to address bullying by acting together, and by rising to the occasion with strength. We also shared stories, and read a beautiful book from Tulika Publishers, called "I didn't understand," through which the students not only got to articulate their questions, but also had the opportunity to play a little game - where they wrote alternative endings to the story, to find a theory of change in a situation of bullying!


Sunday, December 2, 2018

A new beginning


We're so excited about a new collaboration with our friends at Pudiyador. A beautiful initiative that celebrates and supports children's dreams and hopes through making support for education accessible, Pudiyador opened its hearts to us. We work with their lovely little ones on peace education towards responding to and putting an end to bullying. In our first session with them, we had a great time building our trust in each other, in engaging with each other, and in laughing together. Here's what that looked like!



Friday, November 23, 2018

More Safe kids

We hosted a workshop at a school for children with deafness and hearing impairments in Chennai on August 31, 2018, on safe and unsafe touch awareness. The children participated and engaged through games, hands on learning and lots of interaction. Here's how that went.



A safer gated community

We hosted two workshops at a gated community in Chennai, on safe and unsafe touch awareness on August 15, 2018. The children participated and engaged through games, hands on learning and lots of interaction. Here's how that went.