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From the bylanes of the Old City of Hyderabad to international platforms, Jameela Nishat's Shaheen, an organisation that works with vulnerable women has broken multiple barriers. Through its work in rescue and rehabilitation of vulnerable women and helping those who have been victims of violence to get back on their feet, Shaheen has started important conversations towards structural and social change. Suno India, Goethe Zentrum Hyderabad and Bol Hyderabad are proud to present to you Pinjra Tod Kar, a podcast which will bring to you powerful and poignant stories told by the women whose lives were impacted by Shaheen.