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Srinidhi Raghavan

Srinidhi Raghavan works at the intersections women’s rights, technology, sexuality and disability. She has worked in India for seven years across feminist organisations with women including women with disabilities, lawyers, adolescent girls, and children and young people in schools as well as colleges. She conducts trainings, undertakes researches on women with disabilities, sexual needs as well as vulnerability of adolescent girls. She also creates evaluation frameworks for organisations for their future learning and building of their programmes. She is an introvert, a lover of poetry, cats and dogs, and loves writing.

Feminist talk

Why Haben is a must read/listen

Posted Thu 10 Oct 2019 - 13:17 | 1,068 views

Technology when used well can change lives, especially those of people with disabilities. In this review of the remarkable book by Haben, titled "Haben: the deafblind woman who conquered Harvard law", the question raised is whether feminists working with technology are doing enough about accessibility.

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In depth

Inclusion, mobility and connection: diverse uses of mobile phones for women with disability

Posted Thu 25 Oct 2018 - 12:41 | 2,199 views

Can technology-based solutions improve the quality of life for people with disabilities? Srinidhi Raghavan interviews various women who talk about how mobile phone usage has benefitted them in terms of communication and social interaction, but also about their real concerns around privacy.

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