GENDER SENSITISATION IN INDIA: WHERE DO WE START?

We often don't realise how the most common and seemingly innocent comments and actions send a strong message to kids that men and women are not equal. This mindset is what spurs so many instances of crimes like rapes and domestic abuse against women. The need of the hour is to raise our voice collectively as a progressive society and work towards building a safer society for women.

Here's a video that talks about the threat to women's safety in our society, and the possible ways in which we can overcome this. Join us and be torchbearers of the movement.

To make sure our children grow up as gender sensitive individuals, we must start by practising and teaching gender sensitisation at home. But, to bring about a holistic change in the society, we must ensure that our children receive a gender sensitive education too. Only then will our society be free from gender-based violence.

Join the Tata Tea movement and sign the petition to make gender sensitisation programmes compulsory in schools.

Alarm Bajne Se Pehle Jaago Re!

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