About us

Hidden Pockets Collective conducts research on sexual and reproductive health in cities of the Global South. The collective is trying to create conversations around sexual and reproductive health in cities of India. It primarily focuses on health services used by young people, people from LGBTIQ groups and any other groups who would be looking for some correct information.

We have been fairly active with groups like Women’s groups, LGBTIQ groups, Positive People’s networks, Young Feminist Networks, Child Rights Groups, Data Groups and Internet Groups  in the last 3 years.

We have been felicitated with awards and appreciation for our work with the public health sector. We have represented our work at international and national level conferences ranging from Aspen Idea Festival, Rights Con (Belgium), Yale Global Health Programme (US), Women Deliver Conferences (Denmark) to conferences in Indian like Digital Citizen Summit, Young Adolescents Congress , Radio Festival, and Logical Indian Symposium.

We conduct series of workshops with different groups – schools and colleges. We work with tech groups and work on gender sensitisation and making theses space diverse and inclusive. We have been working with private bodies in setting up Internal Complaints Cell.