Episode-4-Why Dignified Menstruation Matters-Radha Paudel
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"To fix the problem, we need to work at the micro-level by endorsing the policies, by changing the narratives, and at the individual level by having the dialogues on dignified menstruation. And the dialogues have to start by men too." -Radha Paudel

Radha Paudel is a Nurse, Author, Activist, and Founder of Global South Coalition for Dignified Menstruation (GSCDM).  The campaign of Dignified Menstruation is moving forward through 8 different chapters namely Australia, Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Uk, Uganda, and North America Chapter. She is the initiator to mark International Dignified Menstruation day for 8 December as a day of 16 days of Activism and also working for the three days (December 8-10) International Workshop on Dignified  Menstruation along with the Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizen, Government of Nepal.

In this episode, Radha talks about the importance of having dialogues around dignified menstruation from an individual level to a political level, and while doing that, it is equally important to avoid using vague language that can diminish the value of the menstrual issue. 

Please, like, share, comment on the episode, and have dialogues with friends and family about menstruation. 

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