democratic rights’ groups, and other peoples’ movements.
An integral part of the autonomous women's movement in India, Saheli continues today as a non-funded feminist collective, working on volunteer power, individual donations, the solidarity of friends and supporters, and of course, the strength of our convictions. We believe our work contributes towards the creation of an egalitarian society where women and men can live with courage, justice and hope.
Through this website we share our archive of articles, debates, publications, presentations and images from a range of campaigns and concerns spanning almost three decades.
Please feel free to read, quote, use and opine. We would be delighted to hear from you at email@example.com
THIS SITE IS STILL A WORK IN PROGRESS... SO SEVERAL LINKS AND PAGES DON'T LEAD ANYWHERE RIGHT NOW.
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