CREA is a part of the Count Me In! consortium (CMI) - a joint initiative with Mama Cash, Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID), Just Associates (JASS) and Urgent Action Fund representing Africa, the US and Latin America in strategic partnership with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the Policy Framework Dialogue and Dissent (2016-2020).
CREA allies with, collaborates with, and supports sex worker-led collectives, unions and groups both nationally and globally to demand for full decriminalization of all aspects of consensual sex work and human rights for all people in sex work.
Radio Jamia broadcasted shows on various current events, health and nutrition, and music curated by students, the collaboration produced informative content that informed communities, within the university and the outlying areas of Jamia Nagar, on gender, gender-based violence, patriarchy and other feminist concepts.
In a country as large and diverse as India, local village councils play a key role in ensuring pressing community issues are appropriately considered and that the basic needs of residents are addressed.
The SELF (Sports, Expression, Leadership, and Freedom) Academy is a 15-day residential leadership, knowledge, and skills building academy for girls and young women in the Indian states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.