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Dr. Nilika Mehrotra, Professor of Sociology at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Disability Studies Scholar, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, about the importance of language we use for people's disabilities, and the ways in which women with disabilities have been rendered invisible by society.…
 
In this episode, we explore why brands use social justice messaging for selling products, the problems with femvertising and pinkwashing, and what it means for companies to take a stand in an increasingly polarised world.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dr. Anita Ghai, disability rights activist and professor, is in conversation with Karla Bookman, Editor of The Swaddle, about disability in Indian mythology and cinema, the rise of disability rights movements in India, and the evolution of perspectives on sexuality and disability.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Kanchi Kohli and Manju Menon, environment researchers at the Centre for Policy Research, are in conversation with Karla Bookman, founder and editor at The Swaddle, about environmental impact assessments in India, and the impact of environmental degradation on local communities.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Niharika Banerjea, sociologist at Ambedkar University, Delhi, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, about transnational feminisms, the queer critique of happiness, and the revolutionary possibilities of friendship.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Dolly Kikon, anthropologist at University of Melbourne, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, about why the Baghjan crisis is a global issue, exploitative politics of resource extraction, and how 'development' often excludes local communities.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
In this week’s episode, the team is heavily divided on how we feel about chivalry. Tune in for an honest discussion on the gendered nature of chivalry, why it’s something a lot of women find attractive, and whether it could be a good thing.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
In this week’s episode, the team discusses whether friends should help us spot red flags in romantic relationships, whether family expectations for romantic partners have any value, and what it really means when friends expect a partner to ‘fit in.’द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Safeena Husain, social worker and founder of Educate Girls, is in conversation with Karla Bookman, founder-editor at The Swaddle, about families' attitude towards girls' education, and the impact of the pandemic on girls' enrolment and learning outcomes in schools.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
Suprabha Seshan, ecologist and environmental educator, is in conversation with Shrishti Malhotra, producer at The Swaddle, about the importance of biomes, valuing non-human entities on earth, and why we need to take the climate emergency seriously.द्वारा The Swaddle
 
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