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Deepa Pawar writes about the role Social Development Sector can play for the Mental Justice of vulnerable communities
Anubhuti mentored Badlache Parv Kala Manch’s Constitutional Awareness program at Shivaji Park, Dadar on 5 & 6 December on occasion of Dr. Ambedkar’s Mahaparinirvan Diwas covered by ABP Majha

Interview: Mental Health and SexualityIn Plainspeak (TARSHI)

Over 80% of Nomadic Homes Have No Toilets, 70% None Near ThemBehanbox

Why India’s Nomadic Tribes Must Have Access to Toilets and DignityBehanbox

From criminalised histories to rightful present – nomadic women demand equal rights to sexual and reproductive health: a study in Maharashtra, IndiaSexual and Reproductive Health Matters

Clogged, dark and dangerousThe Midday

For NT-DNT Communities in Maharashtra, Swachh Bharat Has Not Brought Clean ToiletsThe Wire

Addressing the Exclusion of Nomadic and Denotified Tribes in Urban IndiaEconomic & Political Weekly

Our response to the pandemic needs a gender lensFortune India

COVID Pandemic- A Double EmergencyFem Asia

स्वातंत्र्याच्या 74 वर्षा नंतर ही यासमाजाच्या नशिबी वणवण, कोणी यांना घर, शिक्षण आणि रोजगार देईल का ?Max Maharashtra

Mental Justice of the NT-DNTs in Context of the Pandemic – Economic and Political Weekly

Who Will Protect the Mental Justice of Deprived CommunitiesThe Bastion

पालावरचा कोरोना – The Wire Marathi

Deepa Pawar: Empowering the Marginalzied – Femina