Mittika Mittika shared SMS (Srijanatmak Manushi Sanstha)'s album.31.03.2017 at 11:58 amLike
Mittika When we (some of us who are a part of Mittika) worked on the 2nd volume of the study, Findings and Way Forward, we were convinced that work is indeed in progress in the region. We hope that this document does fulfill the purpose it was created for - to facilitate sharing of experiences, expertise and learning so that SRHR with and for youth, including advocacy, can strengthen in the region.29.03.2017 at 04:48 pmLike
Mittika Some of us worked hard last year for this mapping study, which covers nine countries in South Asia and showcases the dynamism of youth work and SRHR work in the region. Thank you, IPPF South Asia Region, for this project. It was inspiring for us.

This first volume contains a purposive sample of 68 organisations/ networks working either on issues of SRHR, youth development and participation or both, with full recognition that the two are intrinsically linked.

The data presented in the directory is information gathered either through primary data shared by the respective organisations/networks and/or supported by desk research. This is by no means an exhaustive list.
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Mittika Mittika shared MenEngage Alliance's post.21.03.2017 at 02:01 pmLike
Mittika It was a wonderful experience to collaborate with One Billion Rising-India and Jagori Himachal to take the dialog on gender justice to Kangra.Mittika shared One Billion Rising: India's post.21.03.2017 at 01:40 pmLike
Mittika Happy to feature on Voice Male magazine, Spring issue. Took us down memory lane.
http://voicemalemagazine.org/taking-art-to-new-delhis-streets-to-champion-gender-justice/
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Mittika Recently, Mittika turned into a performance space when we, along with Lunar Energy and Mandala-The Magic Circle, opened the play 'Unprepared'. The pin drop silence after the performance and the subsequent discussions with the audience said to us that we are on to something worthwhile in this piece that explores identities and
notions of beauty, strength, vengeance, glory through exploring lived moments of the 'most desired woman' Draupadi and 'the strongest man' Bheem. And here's a glimpse of the play in the words of a member of the audience:
" The play with its minimal tools of illusion is surprisingly vivid. It touches on immediate sensory triggers such as the close physical proximity of the performers to the audience, the nuanced refreshingly natural light effects, musical notes and wafts of perfume. This gave me the feeling I imagine of a Noh performance ...I have never seen one but have read... where minimal suggestions of fragments vividly convey the whole... It was very organic theatre that left me reflecting on the meaning of life. In one word, it was elemental."
Mittika added 4 new photos.
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Mittika Several of our DOR action leaders from Delhi along with several friends of Mittika organised to rise with #onebillionrising last evening at Central Park. Through an image theater piece, they portrayed the issue of economic violence with demonetization in focus. In the process, they engaged with over 2000 people. Here are glimpses.Mittika added 4 new photos.06.02.2017 at 08:03 pmLike
Mittika Mittika shared Monks On Bulls's album.17.01.2017 at 10:46 amLike
Mittika Do join the action...12.01.2017 at 07:15 pmLike


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Like this the world will change.

We enrich lifespaces in order to build a society without discrimination.

With primary focus on gender justice and young people’s rights to development and participation, we prioritize the interconnections between different issues and pro-actively push boundaries and definitions.

Consulting and collaborating with different institutions, organisations and communities to co-create strategic action that brings lasting, positive change in lives of people and societies is our life-force.

Based in New Delhi, India, we work with partners across the country and in other countries in South Asia.