Our Work

Our Work

Ginny’s Planet aims to build a world where no one feels odd-one-out on the basis of differences. We nurture aware, empathic, and diversity respecting people  and spaces through the following:

Empathy and diversity trainings for children: These trainings are offered to children aged 4 years and above. The trainings use a combination of stories, toys, games, reflections, and action. These sessions are conducted in a short workshop or over few days or weeks.  Some of the workshops we offer:

  1. Practicing Empathy
  2. Being different is being OKAY: Acknowledging Diversity
  3. Understanding disability as diversity
  4. Inquiry & research as a way of life
  5. Make your own Ginny
  6. Make your own Ginny stories

‘Disability as diversity’ trainings for adults and organizations: Orientation sessions with employees of organizations promote an understanding of disability and basic do’s and don’ts of respecting disability as part of human diversity. These orientations are participatory. We engage participants actively through a combination of audio-visual content, discussions, as well as group activities.

Workshops for change-makers and development/social work professionals: We nurture a range of perspectives and skills through workshops and conversations on empathy, diversity, disability, use of dolls and doll-making as a catalyst for change, and so on.  We also offer 30 minutes free online capsule workshops. These are conducted monthly.

Dolls & action figures: The range of dolls and action figures aim at showcasing human diversity. At present, Ginny Doll is available. She helps you spread the message of human diversity! Ginny has a radial club hand. Therefore, her right hand and arm is different from the left arm. Do you know she has 9 fingers? Ginny wears specs to manage problems with her vision.

You can buy Ginny Doll from our Online Shop or :

Navrang, AADI
2, Balbir Saxena Marg, Hauz Khas, Delhi : 110016

Story Books in which Ginny is one of the lead characters. What is her everyday life like? What are her adventures? What kind of mistakes does she make and learn from? What kind of a person is she becoming as she is growing up? How is she questioning, absorbing, and dealing with things around her? Who are her friends? These are some of the things that you would read and see in Ginny’s series, which weaves and presents her stories at different age and stages of her life.

Games: We are developing a range of games and related products that are inclusive, and hence can be used by children/people with or without disabilities.

Online Content: We are creating content on issues of diversity for children and grown-ups. We are creating short videos for awareness-raising as well. For example,  Challenge the status quo! Do you? , Do you assume what others can do?