Wisdom from the Young and the Disabled: In Conversation with Priyank Sangoi

(यह इंटरव्यू हिंदी भाषा में भी उपलब्ध है. हिंदी में पढ़ने के लिए नीचे की ओर स्क्रॉल करें) In their article, ‘Listening Together’ Shamin Mehrotra and Rucha Neglikar write that inclusive education is not about charity or sympathy but them their presence can lead to positive experiences for all students and fellow young people. In…

Wisdom from the Young and the Disabled: Conversation about Being in Love

“Of course, we know to love! We are probably better lovers than you are but then, you’ll never know.” – have been perennial words from Alizeh* and so many other autistic young people in their experiences of love. A disability and deaf aware account on Instagram disabilityaware_ features words by Jim Sinclair that reads, “Push…

A Narrative Conference: Where Sparkling Hopes Dance in Every Corner

It was 4th February, 2016. I came to be emotionally involved with a beautiful concept. But I had skepticism about its existence as in my experiential world I have witnessed mostly the opposite. It was the concept of rizomatic community. I was introduced to it in a class of ‘Feminism & related issues’. What is…

Wisdom from the Young and the Disabled: In Conversation with Nehil Gala

As we bring to you our beautiful conversation about the effects of lockdown with Nehil Gala, we hold on to the words of Eli Care, “Cure dismisses resilience, survival, the spider web of fractures, cracks and seams. It’s promise holds power precisely because none of us want to be broken. But I’m curious: what might…