17th Sept, 7pm
Come share your love of poetry with poets from Kaavyan sanje
13 Sept, 4pm
What does the Indian Constitution say about socio-economic rights? What are present day challenges to achieving socio-economic rights and what role can people’s movements play in the process? What is the significance of the Right to Information in our fight for constitutional rights?
Meeting: 821 9713 6523
12 June , 3:30PM-4:30PM
Talk the ‘Talk’ will help parents and trusted adults to communicate openly with their adolescent children about Puberty and Sexuality, Relationships, Child Sexual Abuse, Online Safety and the many challenges of the adolescent years.
12th June, 11.30 AM
Does the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Rules, 2020 pass constitutional muster? How can we address its deeply discriminatory aspects? What are our options moving forward? Join us for an analysis of the Rules on 12th June at 11.30 AM.
NLSQA and Pink List India are hosting a hackathon with law students from across India to debate, discuss, and formulate a model anti-discrimination policy for gender and sexual minorities.
25 July, 6PM
The ‘godmother of performance art’, Marina Abramović burst onto the '70s art scene with cathartic performances that pushed the envelope on spectator participation and personal safety in unexpected and unprecedented ways.
In the last talk in its Art as Witness series, MAP is delighted to present her, in conversation with India's most well-known performance artist, Nikhil Chopra. Together they will examine the ways in which, over the course of a five-decade-long career, Abramović has used her own body as subject, object, and medium; her relationship to the public; and the nature of witnessing in long durational and immaterial art.