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Build a safer society for women by 
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gender sensitisation compulsory in schools

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Build a safer society for women by 
petitioning to HRD Ministry to make 
gender sensitisation compulsory in schools

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Sports

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Make Sports a compulsory subject in schools

It’s time to be pre-activists and push for meaningful changes in the situation of sports in India. It’s time to do our bit towards building a sporting culture.

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Women's Safety

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Make Gender Sensitisation compulsory in the school curriculum

A country that does not value gender sensitisation, will never be safe. If we have to make our society safer for women, it’s time to demand gender sensitisation.

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