“ It is important to have safe spaces for children to see that the system doesn’t define their worth, dignity and humanity.”
Arushi talks about her thoughts on the need for intersectional mental health services for children and youth.
Belongg Research Collective invites you all for an exciting research showcase that focuses on the intersectionality of SDGs!
Interview with mental health worker Rashi Sinha: Intersectional mental health, therapy and more.
To develop a social work intervention model for the sanitation workers in Delhi, it was first important to list down the problems into broad chunks to be considered individually. Read the full paper here:
“Women were nearly 3 to 5 times less likely to feature as protagonists in coronavirus news coverage, dependent on the country they were residing in.”
This World Mental Health Day, let’s bring the conversation closer home. Explore how non-English Indian literature creates awareness on mental crises.
Belongg Literature Collective: Associate “A book club is one of the only pieces of evidence we have that people are still thinking.” Adapted from Jerry Seinfield. “We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what […]
We spoke to Anusha Misra, founder of Revival Magazine, about disability, sexuality and more.
Belongg, in partnership with The Wire, is pleased to announce the Belongg Online Literature Festival (BOLF) which will take place between the 3rd and 6th of July. BOLF will feature over 75 speakers who have written, illustrated, translated, and published books on themes of gender, sexuality, race, religion, caste, ethnicity, disability, inclusion/exclusion, and prejudice/bias, and will seek to foster important conversations on inclusion and diversity. More details, and the passes, are available on the Festival website: www.belongglitfest.com.
“When my parents tried to financially pressurise me as an intended act of mitigation, I realised how important it was to be financially and socially empowered in order to be able to pursue one’s sexual identity.”