How my tomorrow should look like
By Amrita Sarkar
A decade into the future, Amrita Sarkar wants the trans and queer movements to focus their energies on mental health and geriatric concerns
Amrita Sarkar has been working as a transgender activist for more than two decades, and currently works as Advisor: Transgender Wellbeing and Advocacy, Alliance India, Delhi. She is one of the founding members and Secretary of International Reference Group on Transgender Women and HIV/AIDS, a member of Transgender Professional Association for Transgender Health, and a faculty member of World Professional Association for Transgender Health. She is also associated with the Transgender Technical Working Group, formed by National AIDS Control Organisation, Delhi. Amrita’s passions include music and she is a diploma holder in Rabindra Sangeet from the Rabitirtha school of music founded by the legendary singer Suchitra Mitra (1924-2011) in Kolkata.