The Women's Development Cell at Miranda House is a space for exploring gender and sexuality, making connections between private lives and public worlds, and sensitizing students to a feminist understanding of their lives and contexts. In this spirit, the Cell has successfully initiated conversations around various socio-political issues which range from gender, sexuality, caste-based atrocities, class divide, to the promotion of mental health, and safety. The Cell's "conversations" take the form of guest lectures, panels, movie screenings, and student discussions. Further, WDC members are engaged in study sessions, research projects, writing, photography, and drawing, in an attempt to foster an environment of collective learning and growth. The Cell also plays an important role in the conduct of elections of students' representatives to the Internal Complaints Committee.