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Voices: Interview With Rudrani Chettri

On December 13, 2013 – Jasmine George  from TARSHI interviewed Rudrani Chettri, Director of Mitr Trust, a Community Based Organization (CBO) in New Delhi, India. Rudrani talked about her reaction to the Supreme Court’s judgement on Section 377 as well as her work as the director of Mitr Trust. She also talked about the Hijra community and the importance of Sexuality Education in schools. And in the end, she shared with us her personal journey and her inspiration that propels her forward.

[The interview is in English, with some bits in Hindi]

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Jasmine Lovely George is a feminist activist and an independent researcher working on issues of Sexuality and Law in India. She is also the founder of "Hidden Pockets" - a mapping project on sexuality and spaces.

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