Must बोल is a collaborative and co created space. The Campaign builds on expertise and experience of diverse organizations and resource persons with a strong concern on Gender based violence and engagement with young people.
Our team works closely with the following mentors and partners to campaign effectively.
Rahul Roy is a filmmaker whose films explore the themes of masculinity and gender relations. Besides film making he has been researching and writing on masculinities.
Ashraf Patel is a senior youth development practitioner and is the founder member of Pravah as well as Commutiny the Youth Collective.
Gayatri Buragohain is the founder of Feminist Approach to Technology and works towards empowering women through mainstreaming technology.
Kavita Dasgupta is a Community Media Practitioner and is currently working with children and young adults to explore the boundaries of Community Media to find a new language of film
Pramada Menon is a gender & sexuality activist as well as a writer and stand up comic based in Delhi.
Satish Singh is a social justice activist and is currently working with CHSJ focusing on the thematic area of Men and Gender Equality.
Seema Srivastava is a Senior gender trainer associated with Jagori, New Delhi.
Shivam Vij is a writer and researcher based in Delhi, currently working on his first non-fiction book on ragging.
Partners For Prevention is a joint regional programme of UNDP, UNFPA, UNV and UNIFEM, working to reduce the prevalence of violence against women in the Asia-Pacific region.
UN Women India provides financial and technical assistance to innovative programmes and strategies to foster women’s empowerment and gender equality.
EnagagingMen.net is a gender justice information network commited to ending violence against women.
Dastak Collective works towards empowering and enabling- through education, both formal and non-formal and through life-skills and vocational trainings.
Feminist Approach to Technology works towards empowering women through technology with the aim to bridge the technological divide.
Jagori is a women’s training, documentation, communication and resource centre with the aim of carrying feminist consciousness to a wider audience using creative media.
Manzil provides a community and resources for local youth from low-income backgrounds in Delhi to learn, teach, be creative, and see the world in new ways.
Pravah works with young people to impact issues of social justice through youth citizenship action.
Several Colleges and Technical Institutions in Delhi and NCR, who are offering us opportunity to interact and engage with students on campus.