Mittika DOR at Assam #16daysofactivismMittika was live.03.12.2017 at 11:08 amLike
Mittika mittika goes crazy... At the end of day 1 of DOR workshopMittika was live.25.11.2017 at 05:20 pmLike
Mittika This 5 day workshop was a beautiful and enriching start to renewing our partnership with The Ant, Assam. For us, supporting The Ant's Avahan team in its advocacy work against domestic violence in the area is also a natural extension of DOR - our program, which works with citizens' groups to address issues of gender violence.Mittika added 4 new photos.12.10.2017 at 03:04 pmLike
Mittika "Very innovatively and creatively dealt with a grave topic."
"What I liked most about the workshop were the activities, which were designed to explain the concepts in a lucid manner."
With feedback like this from participants, we knew we had touched a chord.
Equipping ICC members to deal with issues and cases of "Sexual Harassment at the Workplace" has and will continue to be one of our strategies to build a more equal society.
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Mittika Rich learning and sharing with participants from 7 countries...Mittika shared Multi-Country South Asia Global Fund HIV Programme's post.30.08.2017 at 01:18 pmLike
Mittika Last week, Mittika explored identities, relationships, violence with over 150 people in Kolkata through intimate theater. The deep dialog with diverse audiences and the appreciation left us feeling humbled. The intimate theater piece, 'Unprepared' has been co-created by Mittika, Lunar Energy and Mandala-The Magic Circle. Here are a few glimpses...Mittika added 8 new photos.12.07.2017 at 06:18 pmLike
Mittika An energizing afternoon with APCOMMittika shared APCOM's post.05.07.2017 at 06:00 pmLike
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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See. Think. Learn. Act.

Like this the world will change.

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

We co-create strategic action with partners, clients and stakeholders to realize gender justice and young people’s rights to development and participation.

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