This article, written by Nirat Bhatnagar, the founder of Belongg and a Partner at Dalberg, and Shruti Goyal, an Associate Partner at Dalberg, first appeared in Forbes India here. Inclusion 1.0 is about increasing diversity in the workforce. The next phase of the Indian story calls for Inclusion 2.0, which focuses on building inclusive products […]
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 […]
“I think representation is very important in books because it helps people relate to different realities. “
This World Mental Health Day, let’s bring the conversation closer home. Explore how non-English Indian literature creates awareness on mental crises.
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.
A curated list of books on themes that matter at Belongg. Read more to find out how you can become a member.