Sexual minorities and sex workers face discrimination and stigma from the household to the national level, collective action and informal peer-support groups are seen as crucial for advancing sex workers’ and sexual minorities’ rights.
Transgender activists undertook a workshop and received guidance for scripting a participatory video and produced several films to deepen their own understanding of the issues they face, and to share those messages in their collective action for change. This is one of those films.
PRG organisation: Praxis India (praxisindia.org)
Praxis is a not-for-profit, autonomous, development organisation, committed to the democratisation of development processes. It is devoted to advocating for community-led development initiatives and governance practices that centralise the perspectives of marginalised groups. In order to do this, Praxis endeavours to identify opportunities and forums in which vulnerable and excluded groups are able to voice their concerns and aspirations in a meaningful way.