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Professor Nitasha Ramparsad considers herself an 'Everyday Feminist'. She is an activist and practical academic offering critical insights into how everyday actions can change the gender narrative. Nitasha is the Director of JD Legacy Projects, an organization aimed at addressing gender inequality and inclusivity.


Too often, academic literature is boxed and presented for specific audiences and does not reach your everyday person faced with gender inequality and social justice issues.


This website serves as a space to offer practical solutions and everyday guidance on gender and social justice mainstreaming which is a strategy used to attain equality.

Prof Ramparsad won an award for Cultural Contribution from the African Union at The African Women in Media conference, which forms part of Agenda 2063. She is humbled and honoured to receive this award.


Her latest book 'Cloud Gazing' was nominated for the 2022 AfriCAN honoree authors Award.



Storyteller at Heart

Professor Nitasha Ramparsad holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of the Witwatersrand. She is an Associate Researcher for the Research Focus area: Gender Justice, Health and Human Development Research at the Durban University of Technology. Her interest lies in social justice research and the pursuit of gender equality. She has published extensively in international peer-reviewed journals.

Nitasha is committed to developing the African continent and producing knowledge unique to the African diaspora. Nitasha won the Price Waterhouse Coopers Women in Management Gender Mainstreaming Award in 2019 in the category Positive Role Model.

She has been featured in a publication called “Soar” inspiring high school girls. She was also featured in the We Will Lead Africa journal, Volume 2 with a specific focus on Women in Governance. Nitasha considers herself an everyday feminist and strives to create content that can be used in a practical manner.

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This book aims to mainstream gender equality for young minds. The book encourages children to break out of their traditional thinking regarding career choices.

R65 (excludes delivery)

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This book provides practical insights and tools for Human Resource Practitioners and those interested in transformation for the mainstreaming of gender in the workplace.

R300 (excludes delivery)

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I used your book as not only a conversation starter but in a fun sensory based lesson where they had to 'draw' in their own clouds, made from flour, what they  received your book and I thoroughly enjoyed it. We read it to the children and they responded so well. We even did some cloud glazing with them after andwanted to do."

Andy Swanepoel 

Principal: Little Ashford Linden


My Favourite Quote

"All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them." - Walt Disney


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