As schools move towards more inclusive models of education, we speak to Nafisa Baboo about her journey as a disability-inclusive educator, and how learning ecosystems can be transformed into holistic spaces for every child, regardless of their ability or disability.
In this interview, Belongg speaks to Bhargavi Davar, the director of Bapu Trust, about the practical implications of inclusive education and the value systems that underline it.
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In a deeply inequitable society, the importance of education as a tool to address systemic biases has been greatly emphasised. Many activists and practitioners, especially those from marginalised identities have advocated for equal access to quality education to empower communities to invest in their own language, politics and development. However, education as a social transformation […]
The Belongg Mental Health Collective has prepared a list of mental health service providers who are offering their services free of cost.
The Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the disproportionate mental health needs of queer persons around the globe. The pandemic has resulted in an increase of mental strain on queer persons, while simultaneously depriving them of community support. A sense of community which has proved to be critical for queer persons who often find themselves alone in […]
“ 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: