Behan Box

70 years after India enshrined “Right to Equality ” as a Fundamental Right in the Constitution, gender equality remains an unfinished agenda. While India ensured universal suffrage in 1950, women and transgender persons are underrepresented in India’s national parliament and state legislative assemblies. Only 14% of Members of Parliament are women. There are no transgender

Suno India

Suno India is a multilingual- multi-generational podcast platform solely dedicated to audio-stories on issues that matter. Suno India shines a spotlight on under-represented and under-reported stories using audio as a medium. We set our own agenda and we are editorially independent. The podcasts on Suno India are well-researched yet personal. Our stories are steered by

Aisha Farrukh

Aisha Farrukh Saeed, a seasoned multimedia journalist based in Pakistan, boasts over 6 years of professional experience in the field. Presently serving as the Head of the Content Department at The Centrum Media (TCM), Asia’s pioneering video-based, and Pakistan’s foremost digital news network, Aisha brings a wealth of expertise to the realm of digital journalism.

Sneha Richhariya

Sneha Richhariya is an environment reporter and host at Suno India– a multilingual podcast platform. She hosts and reports for Suno India‘s ‘Climate Emergency’ podcast series. She has been an Environmental Journalism Trainee with Deutsche Welle (DW) and also an Internews’ Earth Journalism fellow. Prior to this, as a freelancer, she has covered environment, health,

Nathallia Fonseca

Journalist graduated from the Federal University of Pernambuco (Northeast region of Brazil), Nathallia Fonseca has experience in productions for hard and soft news, communication consultancy and audiovisual. In terms of gender research, she won the 41st Vladimir Herzog Prize for her comic book TIRA and the Pacheco Jordão Prize for the documentary “Quase da Família”

Sukanya Shaji

Sukanya is a lawyer-turned-journalist with experience in writing, editing, development communication, and advertising. She holds a graduation in law, a post-graduation in philosophy, and a post-graduate diploma in print journalism. Her journalistic work is deeply focused on gender and intersectionalities, and they appear in Feminism In India, True Copy Think, and The News Minute. She

The News Minute

The News Minute is a digital news platform covering India, with a specific focus on the five southern states of the country. Headquartered in Bengaluru, TNM has ground reporters in all the southern states covering a wide range of issues and events.

Agência Pública

Founded in 2011 by women reporters, Agência Pública is the first non-profit investigative news agency in Brazil. Their focus is to investigate the public administration, including all levels of government and congressional houses; the social and environmental impact of corporations and corrupt and anti-transparent practices; the efficacy, transparency, and equity of the justice system; and