Deepa Pawar is a NT-DNT activist, researcher, author, trainer and counsellor working with youth, women and communities and focussed on NT-DNTs, Adivasis and those from rural and Bahujan backgrounds. She has worked for over 22 years on sanitation, gender, caste, mental and sexual reproductive health, using feminist, anti-caste, intersectional and constitutional approaches.
A trainer who works with marginalised youth groups believes that Dalit women in intercaste relationships do not get the respect they deserve
Caste07 Jun 2023
With no attention paid to their sanitation needs, India’s nomadic communities are forced to either defecate in the open or struggle for access to unsafe and […]
Caste30 Aug 2022
“You are talking about money for ration. Forget hundreds of rupees for food, we don’t have Rs 10 to give to the toilet attendant for our […]
As I See It24 Aug 2022