27 min

S01EP06: 'Leadership' ft Arundhati Sridhar and Ramyata Limbu Think Feminist

    • Society & Culture

In the final episode of season 1 of 'Think Feminist', host Srilatha Batliwala, along with guests Ramyata Limbu and Arundhati Sridhar, explores what it means to think about leadership from a feminist perspective. Tune in as they look at examples of successfully-led feminist movements, and break down the strategies of practicing feminist leadership.

Arundhati Sridhar is a feminist development practitioner, researcher and podcaster. She currently works as Program Manager at Gender at Work India, and has extensive experience in feminist organizing, leadership building and documentation. 

Ramyata Limbu is a veteran Nepali journalist, and has worked as a correspondent for various national and international publications. She is also an award-winning and critically acclaimed filmmaker, known for producing the documentaries, 'Daughters of Everest', 'The Sari Soldiers' and 'Drawing the Tiger'.  

Podcast Production: CREA and Sonologue
Music: Icelandic Arpeggios by DivKid

Read the full episode transcript here!

In the final episode of season 1 of 'Think Feminist', host Srilatha Batliwala, along with guests Ramyata Limbu and Arundhati Sridhar, explores what it means to think about leadership from a feminist perspective. Tune in as they look at examples of successfully-led feminist movements, and break down the strategies of practicing feminist leadership.

Arundhati Sridhar is a feminist development practitioner, researcher and podcaster. She currently works as Program Manager at Gender at Work India, and has extensive experience in feminist organizing, leadership building and documentation. 

Ramyata Limbu is a veteran Nepali journalist, and has worked as a correspondent for various national and international publications. She is also an award-winning and critically acclaimed filmmaker, known for producing the documentaries, 'Daughters of Everest', 'The Sari Soldiers' and 'Drawing the Tiger'.  

Podcast Production: CREA and Sonologue
Music: Icelandic Arpeggios by DivKid

Read the full episode transcript here!

27 min

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