Session on ‘Theories of Feminism’ by JCLJ (Register by Nov 20)


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Ms. Pallavi Mahajan (Gender Justice Lawyer, Chevening Scholar & Diversity and Inclusion Strategist)

Ma’am is a gender advocate working towards integrating a feminist lens in policymaking and legislation through academic research, policy intervention, and on-field initiatives. Having worked with international organizations, state machinery, private sector organizations, civil societies, and think tanks. She has gained a multidimensional and collaborative perspective on the critical need for gender reforms. She is also the co-founder of an intersectional feminist NGO – The Azaad Initiative, which works for economic independence and social inclusion of underprivileged women in India.

As the YP Foundation’s and United Nations ‘2019-Gender Fellow’, she worked closely with the marginalized gender community in India on diversity and inclusion at the workplace through policymaking and activism. She is also a comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) trainer, having formulated and conducted CSE curriculums, initiatives, and projects for Indian Education Board. Furthermore, as a Global Goodwill Ambassadors and a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts, London, she has worked in collaboration with global organizations on the critical nature of gender mainstreaming projects and policies like the Asia Safe Abortion Project, women rights legislation, leadership, training, and research initiatives. Currently, she is representing the UK as a Youth Board Member in the United Nations Office of Human Rights Commission (OHCR) on a project dedicated to human rights education. Presently she is reading his masters in Gender and Development at Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, as a Chevening Scholar focussing her research on confluence of gender in international relations, diplomacy and policymaking.


The topic of the Webinar: “Theories of Feminism”

Date: November 21, 2021

Timing: 6:00 pm (onwards)

Venue: YouTube Live


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PERKS: E-Certificates to all the Attendees.


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