Changing Visual Narratives
Changing Visual Narratives
Imagining and conceptualising alternative ways of visualising women and sexual violence in Southasian Media
New Narratives
New Narratives, New Visions: Reflections on Women and Sexual Violence in South Asia
Essays and discourse on "Challenging Visual Depiction of Sexual Violence in Southasia"
Migrant Voices
MIGRANTS' VOICES
At a time when the Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the spotlight on migration, listen to Nepali migrant women tell their stories
Migrant Voices_Exhibition
ITS OUR STORY
Witnessing their stories and voices curated in an audio visual exhibition
Exhibition_Patna
Screening and exhibition for students in 4 colleges in Patna
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Changing The Narrative

This project addresses issues of nationality, caste and class in an attempt to investigate structural roots of sexual violence against all such communities of women across four countries – Nepal, India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh – through multi media presentations and research.
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Body as a Caste Field

June 5, 2023/

This essay is part of a series titled, ‘Challenging Visual Depiction of Women and Sexual Violence in Southasia’ published by…

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