Enjoy these visual glimpses of the programme held at United Theological College (UTC) on Millers Road, to mark International Women’s Day (IWD) 2012.
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Shahina K K, a popular mediaperson, highlights caste, class, religious and gender discrimination that surfaces during natural disaster relief efforts
Veteran journalist Ammu Joseph discusses skewed representation of women in Indian news media
LesBiT, a support forum for gender minorities staged an aesthetic and meaningful multilingual performance on the different kinds of social exclusion prevalent in India, currently
An image of one of the posters from Our Pictures, Our Words by Laxmi Murthy and Rajashri Dasgupta, (publisher: Zubaan) – Laxmi presented an overview of this colourful and captivating account of the women’s movement in India
Rev. Dr. Evangeline Anderson-Rajkumar who heads UTC’s Women’s Studies department demonstrates how a handkerchief can be an example of gender stereotyping
Etienne Rassendran who teaches English at St. Joseph’s College of Art and Science talks about the significance of body image in gender studies
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