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Art in a Pandemic: Journeying Towards Self Acceptance Through Art

Editors' note: Painting, for many of us, offers both a mode of expression beyond words, as well as a practice and process...
Colourful graffiti of characters with different expressions painted on a white tiled wall.

Resisting the Violence of Common Sense — Kiran Grewal

This article is written by Kiran Grewal as part of a series titled 'Confronting the Household' and was originally published on Feminist...
Image of two characters drawn in yellow ink on the road with an arrow indicating a distance of 2m between them.

Psychosocial Challenges in the Midst of the Coronavirus — Honey Oberoi...

This article by Honey Oberoi Vahali was first published on The India Forum here.
Documentary photo of a person locked up and sitting in a corner of a dark room, with a dirty floor, seen through bars.

The Forgotten People

Only last year, Mad in Asia Pacific ran Yeni Rosa Damayanti’s photo-essay on the horrific conditions the mentally ill in Indonesia had...
A person sitting with their eyes closed and head tilted towards the right, with most part of their face covered with a white mask.

The COVID-19 Pandemic and Chances of a Mental Health Crisis in...

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has been declared a public health emergency by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and most countries in...

COVID-19 and Persons with Psychosocial Disabilities: A Joint Statement and Some...

The following concerned organisations have drafted a collective statement on the heightened risk that people living with psychosocial disabilities face amidst a...