This project attempts to provide a bridge between organisation-led programmatic interventions and movement-building spaces. Begun in 2017, this project puts feminist leadership into practice: over the course of three years, 1 young woman within TYPF works with 10 young women from 10 other organisations across India to build their perspectives and analyses of feminist leadership, in theory and practice. Additionally, she also works with 10 other young women in Delhi to together to address one common challenge: public harassment. Using an arts-based method, these young women use forum theatre and dance movement therapy to build their leadership and begin conversation within their community on these issues.
This project is under the South Asian Young Women's Leadership and Mentorship Programme, with Global Fund for Women, CREA, and 10 other organisations in India.