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Mangalore convergences Footstep activities

Ondede@Mangalore with School of Roshininilaya on seminar, community get together @Parivarthan organisation, civil society ngo networking meeting on convergence today !

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Parivathan Transgender Community Organisation Dialogue for Way forward

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Convergences Discussion and Dialogue with Mangalore CSOs Leaders

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Community Members places visit for to build good rapo with proper communication

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Awareness on Transgender in Raichur

Ondede Raichur, students interacting with Madhusri about rights of sexual minorities!

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Ally Pride March By Manipal

Manipal University organised pride walk today . Sana as activist and petitioner addressed and inaugurated the march for freedom and right to love !

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Ondede Convergences among with Karnataka Yuva Dwani youth groups

Voice of Youth-Karnataka/ Karnataka Yuva Dhwani” A group of young people from various working class background who are wanting to access the rights of youth which is systematically denied since decades. AGE OF CONSENT, Freedom, Right to love, Right to choose education, Right against corruption, hate politics, lack of Youth representation in electrol politics and so on !! #Ondede supporting new idea for youngsters

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Historical Step by Amulya (Trans women, Ondede) enrols as ‘third gender’ for LIC policy

Historical Step by Amulya (Trans women, Ondede) enrols as ‘third gender’ for LIC policy

In a rare instance, a city-based transgender activist has got an insurance policy from the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) for herself by enrolling under the “third gender” category. Though LIC introduced this option in 2016, according to activists and insurance consultants, 31-year-old Amulya Chandrashekar’s is among the first such instances anywhere in the country. LIC’s decision in 2016 was in line with the Supreme Court’s 2014 verdict recognising transgender persons as the third gender.

Amulya Chandrashekar

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