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Hosted by Chayn, we bring gritty and heartfelt conversations to you about how women are tired of being marginalised, and how they are taking up the tools of the world to dismantle patriarchy (did anyone catch that bell hooks reference?). We'll discuss the latest projects Chayn does on bringing survivor-led design and intersectional analysis to create platforms, spaces and guides to help women and non-binary people experiencing violence. We'll also interview people we admire, our volunteers and friends to discuss gender-based violence and what is being done about it. Chayn (pronounced ch-en) is a global volunteer network addressing gender-based violence by creating intersectional survivor-led resources online. Started in 2013, and have since reached more than 300 000 people and 1.5 million views across the world. Most of our volunteers are survivors of abuse. Find out more on chayn.co! Though most podcasts will be in English, there will be episodes in all the 8 languages we work in. Gupshup means chit chat in Urdu.

Hosted by Chayn, we bring gritty and heartfelt conversations to you about how women are tired of being marginalised, and how they are taking up the tools of the world to dismantle patriarchy (did anyone catch that bell hooks reference?). We'll discuss the latest projects Chayn does on bringing survivor-led design and intersectional analysis to create platforms, spaces and guides to help women and non-binary people experiencing violence. We'll also interview people we admire, our volunteers and friends to discuss gender-based violence and what is being done about it. Chayn (pronounced ch-en) is a global volunteer network addressing gender-based violence by creating intersectional survivor-led resources online. Started in 2013, and have since reached more than 300 000 people and 1.5 million views across the world. Most of our volunteers are survivors of abuse. Find out more on chayn.co! Though most podcasts will be in English, there will be episodes in all the 8 languages we work in. Gupshup means chit chat in Urdu.
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United Kingdom

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Hosted by Chayn, we bring gritty and heartfelt conversations to you about how women are tired of being marginalised, and how they are taking up the tools of the world to dismantle patriarchy (did anyone catch that bell hooks reference?). We'll discuss the latest projects Chayn does on bringing survivor-led design and intersectional analysis to create platforms, spaces and guides to help women and non-binary people experiencing violence. We'll also interview people we admire, our volunteers and friends to discuss gender-based violence and what is being done about it. Chayn (pronounced ch-en) is a global volunteer network addressing gender-based violence by creating intersectional survivor-led resources online. Started in 2013, and have since reached more than 300 000 people and 1.5 million views across the world. Most of our volunteers are survivors of abuse. Find out more on chayn.co! Though most podcasts will be in English, there will be episodes in all the 8 languages we work in. Gupshup means chit chat in Urdu.

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English


Episodes

What to say when someone is struggling with their mental health with Anamta and Satvika

8/1/2019
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Have you ever wondered how to react when someone tells you they are struggling? You may mean well but you could make things even worse. Listen to Anamta and Satvika break down the taboo in South Asian cultures around mental health and give tips for what not to say. You can follow Satvika and Anamta on social media: https://twitter.com/SatvikaKhera https://www.facebook.com/anamta.rafique Intro music by Diana Tso.

Duration:00:14:02

#TechvsAbuse - How can tech help address domestic abuse?

8/1/2019
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How do women in abusive relationships, and the organisations helping them in the UK use technology? That is the question for our inaugural Gupshup podcast. Hosted by the fabulous Rosie Spinks (@rojospinks), freelance journalist and feminist. GUESTS Afsa Akbar @mintycrumbs, CHAYN Nissa Ramsay @NissaRamsay, Comic Relief Penny East, @PenelopeEA, SafeLives Music by Diana Tso. TECH VS. ABUSE PROJECT techvsabuse.info In 2016, Chayn partnered with Comic Relief, along with Safe Lives and We Are...

Duration:00:44:43

The many faces of domestic abuse in Pakistan with Hera Hussain, Nighat Dad and Kanwal Ahmed (Urdu)

7/31/2019
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This episode is in Urdu. Our founder, Hera Hussain sits down with two fellow Pakistanis - Nighat Dad, internationally celebrated activist and human rights defender and Kanwal Ahmed, a pioneer who is changing the entertainment industry's landscape with human stories. Kanwal Ahmed started the Soul Sisters Pakistan group 6 years ago which has given more than 189 000 women a safe space to be themselves and share their stories. After being selected by Facebook for their Community Leadership...

Duration:00:50:47

The team collaboration tools we used to launch the GBMO guide

7/31/2019
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Listen to Hera Hussain (Founder) and Tiffany Lo (UX Team Lead) talk about how CHAYN used Trello, Google docs, Slack and Webflow to collaborate across continents to launch our Getting Better & Moving On guide. If you think syncing with your (salaries) team across time zones is hard, imagine how it was for all our volunteers but we made it work. In this short and sweet episode, we discuss what worked and what didn't. Music by Diana Tso. Also, you get treated to some bollywood beats in the...

Duration:00:12:26

What we learned from trying mental health apps

7/31/2019
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In this podcast, Rosie Maguire and Satvika Khera from our team talk about mental health apps and whether they can support survivors of abuse in their journey towards recovery and healing. This is related to our guide Getting Better & Moving On. See the full guide here: www.gettingbetter.chayn.co Follow Rosie and Satvika on twitter: https://twitter.com/_RosieMaguire https://twitter.com/SatvikaKhera Music by Diana Tso.

Duration:00:13:01