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parulmathur
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Re: Welcome to the FeministForum

Post by parulmathur » Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:12 am

I am very much glad to join this community. And I will do my best to match what has been expected out of me.
Thanks for making me a part of it.

My Introduction: I am Parul Mathur from New Delhi, India, Asia.
I am an IT Professional and work at a Norwegian IT Company as a Technical Documentation Specialist. Besides that I am working on a Project of Ministry of Women and Child Development (Govt of India) and United Nations Women. The project regarding the action against sexual harassment of women at work. The projects name is Mahila Bol (Where Mahila means women and Bol means Speak up). I am also working on my own project "Haya". Haya is a hindi word and it means Shame. It is a fight against cervical cancer. A lot of women around the world do not visit to doctor just because of the shame and stigma associated with this totally curable disease. I am also a change maker at Change.org
Wish to share that I love blogging, you can read one of my blogs here at https://www.mycity4kids.com/parenting/t ... rough-hell

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Parul Mathur
New Delhi, India
HelenWe
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Re: Welcome to the FeministForum

Post by HelenWe » Mon Nov 19, 2018 8:44 pm

Hello Parul, I’m Helen and I live in England. I’m currently spending most of my time looking after my toddlers while teaching English part-time, but I live in hope of a fulfilling, woman-centred career in a few years time!

Your work sounds fantastic, I look forward to learning from you and all the other women here who are involved in feminist careers and activism.
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