#STOPPeriodPenalty Campaign — What and Why

  1. Document various kinds of menstrual discrimination at different social setups — Domestic, Workplace, and public spaces and the nebulous spaces
  2. Analyze the data with legal input — Screen the patterns that might arise, gather and collate pre-existing provision, propose ways to address the concern
  3. Raise awareness on the scale of menstrual discrimination and exclusion and collaborate with government stakeholders (State Legal Services Authority and Central Legal Services Authority)
  4. Build a Literacy Toolkit that can help a menstruator refer to provisions enshrined within our constitution and negotiate for rights.

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A social enterprise that works on Menstrual Literacy, Advocacy, Policy, Programming and Sustainable Products. Executive Editor: Bharti Kannan, bharti@boondh.co

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