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|Title:||Sath hai toh Darr Nahi: Group Processes Uniting the Women of Sadhna|
|Keywords:||School of Social Work|
Centre for Women-Centered Social Work
|Abstract:||In the town of Udaipur, exists a cultural diversity that I never could fathom. The only collective identity that the women of these distant communities held apart from being a woman was that of being a part of something bigger, something better, something that they felt added value to their lives. The women were a part of a process that aimed towards the common goal of “empowering” these very women. Sadhna as an organisation, worked towards providing these women a platform to be economically and socially empowered and hoped in the process of doing so, they would also create a space for themselves where they could feel safe and connected. The research undertaken explores the space these women have created for themselves and the processes that take place within the same that have brought about a change in their lives, both personally and collectively, for good or for the worse.|
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