The song exhorts a person to be proud of who they are and gives a message that there is no place for discrimination due to any inabilities or disabilities or colour or choice of love or how you view your gender!
Following the success of RISE queer job fair in Bengaluru last year, Pride Circle is all geared up to host its much-awaited second edition of RISE once again in New Delhi -- which is underway on 22 February.
Indian steel giant Tata Steel took a big step towards inclusivity at workplace with the launch of WINGS, an Employee Resource Group for LGBTQ employees under its Diversity and Inclusion program called Mosaic.
Cities that are LGBT+ inclusive are better placed to develop their global competitiveness, have stronger innovation ecosystems and greater concentrations of skills and talent, and better quality of life.
Madhu was awarded with ‘Woman of Wonder’ award in 2015 and has been featured in several media such as The Hindu, Times of India, Your Story and Eenadu for her personal journey and work on diversity and inclusion. Her dream is to see an open and inclusive world for everyone.
Most companies verbally agree that there should not be any sort of discrimination against LGBT+ employees. There are a few companies that support and provide a safe working condition to their LGBT+ employees, in spite of Section 377 in the books.