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THE INFLUENCERS

EdelGive anchors the Influencers – an attempt at a collective representation of the work in women’s empowerment stemming from a desire to bring critical stakeholders together – women and men, conventional players and new entrants interested in philanthropy for impact. We believe, it is only then that the need can be communicated; and the scale and magnitude of change required in the women’s rights domain, be achieved.

The Influencers are a significant and influential group of women, and men who are iconic leaders and opinion makers across sectors like business, entertainment, sports, academia and philanthropy; with an intent and ability to lend their voice to the concerns of and challenges to women empowerment.

EdelGive has designed this initiative as a platform to action this intent to understand the women space. It is an opportunity to gain insights into problems that plague women and girls in India and support solutions that address such disablers to gender justice.

Through their identity, networks and resources, the group will enable millions of nameless, faceless women marginalised by caste, culture, geography, economic status and other differentiators to participate actively in social, political, cultural spheres of the society.

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Archana Chandra
CEO Jai Vakeel

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Niranjan Rajadhyaksha
Research Director, IDFC Institution

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Zia Mody
Founder & Senior Partner, AZB & Partners

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Bala Deshpande
Managing Director, Mega Delta Capital Advisors

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Newsletter Bulletin – August
Vol I, Issue I

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Newsletter Bulletin - September
Vol I, Issue II

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Newsletter Bulletin - October
Vol I, Issue III

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INFLUENCERS SPEAK

This initiative can provide the platform to bring together different stakeholders - NGOs, policy makers and mobilise public opinion to ideate on how to create new approaches to address and solve these issues.

Archana Chandra

Director, ATE Chandra Foundation

India cannot achieve truly inclusive development till half its population is denied opportunities because of gender discrimination.

Niranjan Rajadhyaksha

Research director and senior fellow at IDFC Institution