Purpose is a privilege. We’re conscious of our own role in driving social change in India by doing what we enjoy the most - communications to make the world a better place.
a social media discussion on how is an emotional safe space different from a physical safe space
ON PURPOSE took the opportunity to raise some questions on what safe spaces are and how they can be made to fulfil the intentions with which they are created. The answering voice was that of human rights activist, Special Correspondent Officer in the Department of Women and Children, UN, and manager of two safe spaces in Lebanon and Turkey for LGBTQ refugees, Mohammed Ali, on an open call to questions on a Facebook thread which used the hashtag - #SafeSpaces4Youth.
A tweetathon on how the rule-book of a ‘sanskari’ woman is being challenged
Has the impact of influencer content on their followers has reached a plateau? Read more to find out.
ON PURPOSE hosted a tweet chat on a question that so many of us in the communications industry have been mulling over – Is this the end of the influencer era? Clearly, there were no easy, straightforward answers to be had here! Which is why the tweet chat included three highly-experienced guests, all of whom graciously accepted to be on the panel - Karan Bhandari (@karanbhandari), Arvind Passey (@arvindpassey), and Moushumi Dutt (@moushumidutt) to help us explore answers.