Interns Reflect

Blogs by Interns at Let Her Live


Working with “Let her Live” has been quite a ‘different’ experience. Though I have no former experience of working with an organisation to compare it to, I could still say the bar has been set quite high. And ‘different’ could mean a lot of things, good and bad, well, the good  will be explained further and the bad, those that may seem as shortcomings, were infact the attractions which made it ‘different’.


Reflection Essay

An animated me walks into the lime green office on my first day of internship and all these trapped women in hues of fear, insecurity, abandonment stare back at me from paintings and I was sure, the Let Her Live experience would be everything it promised to be and much more. Art has always been an integral part of my life and gender issues, a recent yet ardent addition to the person I am.


Why Value A Girl Child

This English literature student landed herself with Salt Initiatives, an NGO and they assigned her with their ‘Let Her Live’ campaign which ensures the dignity and equality of women and girl children. Being in Delhi for three years has told her and made her aware of the violence against women. She considered it like any other evil practices which has been a part of the society and did not have a serious stand about it. Her leaders at the organization gave her orientation about female foeticide and their ideas on curbing the practice.



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