Events

Events

18 July 2017

Reproductive Health Matters (RHM) latest issue on disability and sexuality was co-produced by CREA. This issue focuses on the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women with disabilities and features articles across different disabilities and regional experiences.

Throughout the year CREA also translates RHM to Hindi to help address fundamental issues of access to high quality SRHR resources for the Hindi speaking world. Read the entire publication for free here:

http://explore.tandfonline.com/content/med/zrhm-disability-and-sexuality...

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15 May 2017

On Monday, May 15th, we are launching the #AbortTheStigma, an online campaign on safe abortion access and reproductive justice.  This two week long campaign ends on May 28th, which marks the International Day of Action for Women’s Health. 

 

#AbortTheStigma is a campaign to normalise conversations about abortion and advocate for advancing access to safe abortion services. The stigma and shame surrounding abortion hinders access to safe services posing a grave risk to abortion seeker’s health and life. We want to dispel myths and misconceptions about abortion services in IndiaLink for.....

8 December 2016
New Delhi

As a part of CREA's process of building a conversation with campus queer groups, we reached out to various colleges across Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi and Kolkata. In conversations around identifying the various areas of support that CREA could provide to the groups, one common request across campuses was to provide tools to start conversations around gender and sexuality in campuses in a more engaging and interactive way. Keeping this in mind, CREA organised a workshop for activists from campus based queer groups across these four cities. It was conceptualised as a two day training.

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27 September 2016

Issues related to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) remain taboo within Indian society. Silence and stigma associated with these issues have meant that many people – particularly those marginalised, such as young people, people with disabilities, women – often do not have a chance to clarify myths and misconceptions around SRH. Over the past decade, the increasing diffusion of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), particularly mobile phones, in urban as well as rural areas, has supported the steady growth of the use of ICTs to disseminate varied information,Link for.....

8 October 2016

On September 8th CREA launched "Suspend Judgment", a campaign on the future of feminist organizing and practice at the 13th annual AWID International Forum in Bahia, Brazil. Suspend Judgment features 14 unique parchas (Hindi for political leaflets) at the intersection of sexuality, gender and rights. Inspired by the movement traditions of the global south, CREA imagined Suspend Judgment as a mini-movement within itself engaging feminists to think and act intersectionally and to reflect critically on deeply rooted assumptions that hinder inclusivity. Starting from the CREA booth at AWID andLink for.....

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