Queer Struggles in India – Social Movements Calendar 2018

21 January 2018


Intercultural Resources along with Nazariya is bringing out the Social Movements Calendar 2018 on Queer Struggles in India.

This year the calendar is being prepared in the form of a planner and is being released this month.  Please continue to support our initiatives by taking some copies for your organisation.

Price: Rs. 100 per copy. Postage and courier charges extra (as per actuals)

Overseas: US $ 20 per copy (including postage charges).

To order your copies, please write to:

PT George, Intercultural Resources, 33-D, DDA SFS Flats, Vijay Mandal Enclave, (Kalusarai), New Delhi – 110016

Phone: 9868102565

Payments can be made by cash or by Cheque/DD in favour of Intercultural Resources

Paytm payments can be made to mobile number: 9868102565

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Why queer struggles?

Nazariya (a queer feminist resource group based out of Delhi is bringing out the Queer Struggles. Every so often, Nazariya organises talk sessions with individuals who have been involved in queer activism (including but beyond 377) for decades. The idea came to us in 2015 when flipping through some books, we realised that younger folks, or those who haven’t been much involved in queer activism, might have never heard about these collectives, the people involved, their challenges and the lives they have led.
 
The histories of our movement are vastly underrepresented and unrecorded. As generations of feminists and queer activists pass along, legacies are disjunctured and weakened. One of our objectives at Nazariya is also to preserve and record material from the past that creates a history and legacy. A queer legacy will strengthen our movement and validate the existence of queer realities.

ICR and Nazariya’s Social Movements Calendar on Queer Struggles is a collective process and a non-profit endeavour meant to make people aware of the diverse Queer history of India which is beyond the discourse on Section 377.

Please support us by taking some copies of the Queer Calendar and help us continue to document and research on Social Movements in India.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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