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Feminist Dialogue Series in Kathmandu and Rupandehi

Published on: April 25, 2021

Prayatna Nepal conducted one day Feminist Dialogue Series in Kathmansu on 21st February 2021 and in Rupandehi on 25th April 2021 among blind and visually impaired women. 18 participants participated in Kathmandu whereas 16 participants participated in Rupandehi. The moderator for the dialogue series was Miss Sarita Lamichhane. The issues of sexual violence, domestic violence, family dispute, educational barrier were mainly raised in the form of stories and experiences from participants.

The main purpose of conducting feminist dialogue series is to pull out the problems and challenges faced by visually impaired women while running their daily life. Feminist Dialogue Series became the platform to share their hidden stories which they had been through. It has also been medium to listen the recommendation from participants so that Prayatna Nepal could set the path on what areas it needs to be focused in the phase of implementation of the activities.

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