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A Positive Narrative contributes to creating a Positive Spaces for Women in Politics

By highlighting the achievements of women political leaders, we can build role models and promote more women in politics. Creating a positive narrative on women political leaders is the essence of our work.

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Allyship of Men as an Enabler

Where political spaces are dominated by men, they can play a critical role by acting as allies of women and promote women colleagues in political spaces. 

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Political Leadership is the most powerful tool to change peoples lives and bring gender equality

Political leaders elected to governments become responsible for influencing and making policies for millions of people. People also find inspiration from political leaders, so having responsible politicians representing diverse groups is an effective tool to bring a change to existing inequalities.

Women for Politics aims to have a free, fair and equal political representation and participation of women in South Asia

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Women For Politics is a volunteer-driven initiative.

 

Since our founding in January 2020, we grew from a team of 2 to over 50 volunteers who contributed/ have been contributing to the initiative. We’re very proud of the diversity of our volunteers, and their abilities to contribute their own unique experience and skills to our journey.

Sugandha

Sugandha is passionate about human rights, and her desire for social justice has led her to take up roles in projects on gender discrimination, gender mainstreaming, access to justice while pursuing her postgraduate education in human rights law and women’s studies.

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Akhil

Akhil is a public policy practitioner  and a gender rights advocate, working towards making politics gender equal. He has worked across foreign policy, governance, public education, gender and policy communications

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