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20th October, 2019

Urdu Akademi, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

 

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Converge. For those who give a damn.

Launched in 2014, Converge, the flagship event by Youth Ki Awaaz, has brought together the sharpest, most inspiring minds to address issues that are shaping our world. Now in 2019, Converge is taking the dialogue to the next level.

With carefully curated issues that have a day-to-day real world implication on our lives, and an audience that cares - Converge aims to be the voice of a progressive generation, wanting to go out and change the world for the better.

This October, Youth Ki Awaaz, in collaboration with WSSCC, is bringing Converge to your city - Lucknow, to further the conversation on women's rights to sexual and reproductive health. Over 355 million women and girls menstruate, and not everyone has access to sanitary hygiene. Join us to talk about how we can impact the public narrative and build policy action to change this reality on 20th October, 2019.

Join us, and hundreds of attendees on the 20th of October, 2019.

NOTE: Converge is a fully accessible event for persons with disabilities - with a completely accessible venue.

WHO'S SPEAKING

Talks

Apurva Dubey
Special Secretary Housing - UP Govt.
Angana Prasad
Executive Director - Project Khel
Shikoh Zaidi
Menstrual Hygiene Champion
Neetu Singh
Senior Reporter, Gaon Connection

AUDIENCE SPEAK

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IN GOOD COMPANY

 

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Once you apply, you'll hear from our team soon.

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