What's New

What's New

Prajnya Gender Talks

Monthly talks, held online, on topics related to gender by academics, activists and artists. This month our speaker is Prof. Ruchira Goswami, speaking on 'Child Marriage: Mapping the Legal Conundrum,' on July 9, 2022.

Second Saturdays, 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon IST

Register here.


Past Prajnya Gender Talks

Watch here.

About the Politics, Security and Gender initiative

Formerly the Politics, Security and Women Initiative, this rubric covers all of Prajnya’s gender equality work: women’s history, women in politics, gender, peace and security and our most visible activity, creating gender violence awareness.

Prajnya Resource Centre on Women in Politics and Policy

Where are the women? Prajnya began with the intention of documenting answers to this question, knowing that women had contributed immensely, if invisibly, to the public sphere. (Read more)

Prajnya Resource Centre Projects:

Gender Violence Research and Information Taskforce (GRIT)

Women’s participation in the public sphere is limited by the fear of sexual and gender-based violence, as are their other life-chances. This reality drew us into working to create awareness, saying: violence is more common than we want to believe; it takes many forms, and there is help. (Read more)

Solidarity Actions

Prajnya works in consultation and solidarity with other feminist and civil society initiatives on gender equality related policy issues. (Read more)

Visual representation of sexual harrassment on mannequins, The Dummies' Guide to Sexual Harassment: An Art Intervention, Prajnya 16 Days Campaign Against Gender Violence (2016)