‘I got permission to come to this training because it is with fellow women with disabilities. But at a marriage
We held a two-day workshop with 29 teachers in Guwahati, at our partner Shishu Sarothi’s centre.
It is time for Kiran to leave for the airport as we have just wrapped up the final session of
While there is a dearth of data on children with disabilities and CSA, that does not mean there is no
As per the 2011 census, there are over 50 lakh hearing-impaired people in India, of which over 4 lakh are
The participants of our Train the Trainers workshop accompanied us to the National Association for the Blind on April 27,
As a follow-up workshop with visually impaired teenagers, we organised a half-day session on abuse and relationships at the National
Nita Panchal, who works at the Gender and Disability Center in Gujarat, led us through issues they regularly face while
For the first time in India, Sexuality and Disability hosted a Train the Trainers workshop where professionals working in the
The final day was on the 5th of December, with 20 Participants from Kamala Mehta school for the Blind in
The fourth day was the 4th of December, where we had 18 participants from Paraplegic Foundation in Sion (east) and
The third day was a special one since December the 3rd also marked the International Day of Persons with
On the 2nd of December with 51 participants from Smt. Kumudben Dwarkadas Vora Industrial Home for Blind Women and Snehankit
On the 1st of December, the safety sprawl was organised with 42 participants from the National Association of the Blind
On August 21, 2015, we went to Jagriti School for Blind Girls in Alandi near Pune.
For the last day of the #MyAccess campaign, we went to Smt Kamla Mehta Dadar School for the Blind, where
On December 3rd, #MyAccess celebrated International Day of Persons with Disabilities with a safety walk at Bandra Reclamation in partnership
The second day #MyAccess safety walk on December 2nd was organized at Smt. Kumudben Dwarkadas Vora Industrial Home for Blind
#MyAccess unrolled on December 1st with the first safety walk organized at National Association for the Blind (NAB), Worli.