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Seher is a unit of the Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) that works with marginalised women around health and human rights issues to bring their voices to the forefront and also for those who face discrimination and violation of their rights on the basis of their marital status, religion, caste, class or ethnicity, or because of their occupation or location in remote rural or excluded urban areas.
Stories of change are documented, recorded and visualised in different forms that has befell as a result of our bottom up approach and engaging community to narrate their untold journeys of struggles, negotiation and determining of their health rights.
Stories are narrated by the community, of the community and documented for the community
Network members and practitioners are enabled with technology based evidence collection
Broad constituency of empowered women are active in various rights networks for marginalized communities
Seher evolved on learning from strengthening networks of marginalized communities for inclusive Reproductive health advocacy program with five state level networks to inquire into status of health services based on experience of marginalized and socially excluded women (Dalit, tribal, Muslim etc).