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Oscars Announce New Diversity & Inclusion Standards For Best Picture, But Is The Bar Set Too Low?

The Oscars have announced a new set of representation and inclusion criteria that aim to revolutionise diversity at all levels, but will these bring in any real change?

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A Household Name, Zomato Gives Paid Period Leave To Female & Trans Employees In An Inclusive Step
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Zomato gives paid period leave in an inclusive move for both women and trans employees. Being a household name, the awareness hopefully reaches deeper.

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Nepotism In Films Can Be Tackled In Constructive Ways, Say 4 People Who’ve Struggled To Make A Name
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The outcry against nepotism in films and the hegemony of star kids might have a solution, if only these recommendations are considered.

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This FB Live Session Gives Crucial Tips On How LGBTQIA+ Persons Can Cope During Lockdown

The lockdown can be worse for those who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community - hostile families, lack of access to medical and counselling help, violence.

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Abused Women, Old People, Kids Shut In, Those With Disability – Lockdown Must Be Hell For Them!

I realised my privilege during lockdown when I thought of what my domestic help must be going through with an abusive husband... and other people who must be having a difficult time.

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Coming Out Of The Closet Is Still A Privilege In India, But It Was The Best Decision I Ever Made

"Because we live in a society where heterosexuality and cis-genderism is seen as the default ‘normal’, you are never truly ever ‘out of the closet’," says this young man who came out as gay. 

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