Rise Up – Interview Series | Jenisha Shah

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The FemJustice Centre seeks to increase the use of feminist lawyering techniques in the legal sector, with a particular focus on increasing feminist leadership among legal practitioners, law students and other individuals working with survivors of gender-based violence. We believe that the legal field has massive potential to advance the feminist and gender-rights movement. In order for this to be successful, legal approaches with a gender-sensitive lens need to be employed. Continue reading “Rise Up – Interview Series | Jenisha Shah”

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The Social Cut | Grey’s Anatomy, and the Cultural Importance of ‘Just Another Soap Opera’

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The Social Cut is a monthly column by Rishika Aggarwal that critically analyses various media shows, movies and documentaries, from an intersectional, feminist standpoint. Continue reading “The Social Cut | Grey’s Anatomy, and the Cultural Importance of ‘Just Another Soap Opera’”

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Experiences of Racism Diasporic Queer South Asians Face in the West

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A huge thank you to Sam (they/them), Joe (he/him), Ramya (she/her), Medha (she/her) and Rohan (he/him) for speaking to me about their experiences of growing up and living as queer and South Asian in various western countries (Australia, Austria, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, USA). 

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Queer Infocus | July 2020

The Beginning, Middle and End: A Tryst with Depression