The Eleventh Edition of Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai Litfest
Monday, November 16th to Sunday, November 22nd 2020

Virtual Festival
Real Books

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Meera Damji

Researcher, India

Meera is a life and window-seat enthusiast. Her passion for delving into her interests has taken her from an Honours degree in Mathematics to being a disciple of Hindustani classical music, dabbling in advertising and a career in media.After spending over a decade in radio and hosting a one of its kind show on ‘everyday mental health’, she currently works as a Research Associate at the Centre for Mental Health Law & Policy, ILS, Pune where she oversees the Centre’s communications and outreach requirements. She’s also pursuing her Masters in Counselling Psychology.


Speaking My Mind

  • 21st November
  • 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm

Why is mental health so difficult to talk about?
A panel discussion with Dr.Rajesh Parikh, Sonali Gupta and Meera Damji as the chair.

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