WISCOMP organized a workshop on ‘Gendertalk: Imprinting Pedagogy’ with 25 students pursuing Masters’ degrees in Education and Early Childhood Education and three faculty leading electives on gender, disability and education at the School of Education Studies, Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) on January 31, 2018. Organized under WISCOMP’s ‘Ethicate: Ethics in Education’ program,the workshop was the first in a series of engagements with students and faculty at AUD on themes of gender justice, inclusion and compassion as part of a long-term sustained partnership. An innovative resource from WISCOMP’s Gender Training Package, an Exhibition-in-a-Bag called When Women Write… In Words and Pictures, was used at the workshop. It provided a context to critically engage with the continuum of violence that women face during their life cycle, while also highlighting narratives of courage, resistance and agency. The workshop also explored the use of creative pedagogy of visuals and narratives to discuss issues of gender in classroom spaces with young people. The emphasis at this first workshop was on early childhood experiences.