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.
“ 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.
Interview with mental health worker Rashi Sinha: Intersectional mental health, therapy and more.
“I think representation is very important in books because it helps people relate to different realities. “
We spoke to Anusha Misra, founder of Revival Magazine, about disability, sexuality and more.
“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.”
“Gendered disparity in entrepreneurship is more class-centric than we credit it to be.”
“We don’t know how to exactly quantify it, but the perspectives, trauma and horrors of that time are definitely pervasive until today. But we don’t even have to go to the past to see it, it’s happening in the world around us.”
We asked advocate Suruchi Kumar to help breakdown the Act for us in simple terms