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About Nidhi Goyal

Nidhi Goyal is a disabled feminist from India, working at the intersection of disability and gender through research, training, advocacy, and art. She consults for national and global womens’ and human rights organisations, was appointed to the UN Women Executive Director’s advisory group, and sits on advisory boards of Voice and AWID. As a stand-up comedian, she uses humour to expand discourses around disability, gender and sexuality. Follow her @saysnidhigoyal.

Articles by Nidhi Goyal

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Sexual rights: off-limits for Indian women with disabilities?

Women with disabilities in India face routine violence, coercion and control over their sexual choices that would not be tolerated by non-disabled women.

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