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Who are we?

Centre for Gender And Politics (CGAP) is a think tank based in India that contributes to a high-quality scholarship on the intersection of gender, politics and South Asia. We are a platform for researchers, policymakers and the public to engage in a positive discourse on furthering gender diversity in politics with contextual nuances of South Asia as a focus.

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We Believe

Gender Inclusion & Diversity in Politics =

Gender Equal Society

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Our Work

We focus on producing research to build platforms for awareness, knowledge sharing, capacity building and policy design

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We are eligible to receive donations only from Indian citizens

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Through our flagship initiative, Women for Politics, we are committed to replacing narratives that define women as victims, with recognition and celebration of women's achievements as political and community leaders.

 

  • Beyond Victims series highlights the achievements of women political leaders and change-makers from across South Asia. 

 

  • The Worth Asking interview series brings to light the perspectives on politics as a career choice for women and also the role of men’s allyship in Indian politics.

 

  • In 2020, the Women, Power and Politics project brought interviews with progressive South Asian women political leaders exploring various aspects of women’s political participation and representation

Young Women At The Ballot: Insights on Young Women Voters’ Experiences and Decisions

Our research presents various factors that influence young women's decision-making in India. The findings are based on a nationwide survey of 928 young women across 30 states and UTs in May-June 2021.

Friendships, Networks and Solidarity: Women’s Political Participation through Self-Help Group Memberships (Pilot Study)

Our peer-reviewed study attempts to gauge how women’s organising and mobilisation through SHGs is translating into political agency at the local level.

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