Rising Flame and The Blind Graduates Forum of India together present Rising Flame’s workshop series: "Naa Main Naa Hain: Understanding Consent, Love and Violence in Intimate Relationships".
What is this workshop?
Have you ever felt confused, what if the expressions are saying yes but they actually saying no? How does one know? Have you ever thought of, "I am a woman; can I make the first move?" Has it ever bothered you that your responses must either be yes or no?
If you relate to any of these questions or have more and you live with a disability, then this workshop is for you. Romance and relationships are complicated. Boundaries get blurred. They get even thinner when we live with a disability; and when boundaries blur and consent can't be gauged, we end up hurting ourselves or the other person. Let's get together to discuss, talk and understand through songs, conversations and a bucket load of fun.
Last date to register: 23 May, 2019
To register for the workshop please call or message
Ratul Arora - 9711881717
Amit Pahuja – 9650519193 (ALTERNATE NUMBER)
Or drop an email on email@example.com
About the Trainer:
Nidhi Goyal: She is a disabled feminist activist working on disability rights and gender justice. Nidhi’s work spans research, writing, training, campaigns, advocacy, and art. She is the Founder Director of Rising Flame.
About the Organizers:
Rising Flame: Rising Flame is a Mumbai based non profit which works for recognition, protection, and promotion of human rights of People with Disabilities (PWDs), particularly women and youth with disabilities. Our vision is to build an inclusive world in which diverse bodies, minds, and voices thrive with dignity; live free of discrimination, abuse, and violence; and enjoy equal opportunities and access
Image Description: Rising Flame logo, A deep red phoenix facing upward is about to take flight. The wings are like flames in shades of red and orange around it. Below this are the words: Rising Flame.
BGFI: Blind Graduates Forum of India is a nonprofit organization based in Mumbai. They work for the empowerment of persons with blindness. Their aim is to make visually challenged individuals independent and create an empowering environment by collaborating with other stakeholders.
Image Description: The BGFI logo. It is a face wearing black shades and a black graduation cap. Both sides of the face is outlined by two white canes. There are outlines of the nose, lips and chin.