About The Program

We support organizations in enabling safe and dignified workplaces, by helping them meaningfully comply with Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition, Redressal) Act, 2013. We provide 360° bespoke solutions, that transform compliance into an engaging and learning experience, to ensure a long-term impact.

Our Approach

We look at sexual harassment at the workplace not as a problem endemic to women in the workforce, but as a larger weapon of patriarchy that keeps girls out of schools and colleges, rob women of their autonomy, and perpetuates the rape culture across locker-rooms and boardrooms. Our multi-stakeholder approach is designed to strengthen the implementation of the SHW Act across formal and informal sectors, through sustained engagement with employees and employers, HR personnel, and complaints committees.

What We Do

Events

Testimonial

Everything about the session was good. It was well communicated and cleared up the misconceptions we had about how we looked at the intentions of the respondent before looking at the impact it had on the aggrieved. But we now know that it is the impact that matters in end and not the intent.

Ravinder Kumar

Law Officer, North Delhi Municipal Corporation

Everything about the session was good. It was well communicated and cleared up the misconceptions we had about how we looked at the intentions of the respondent before looking at the impact it had on the aggrieved. But we now know that it is the impact that matters in end and not the intent.

Ravinder

Mukul Singh Chauhan

The workshop was very useful for both the sectors (Government and private) because each and every participant actively participated in the discussion, they cleared their doubts regarding the concepts of sexual harassment of women. They also understood the importance of IC at the workplace. The discussion also broke their prejudice and myths about ownership of sexual harassment of women at workplace.

Prathana Mishra

Secretary, Sangini

The workshop helped in creating awareness and sensitize employees who are in supervisory roles, so that they can understand unacceptable and inappropriate behaviors leads to sexual harassment of women at the workplace. The session was very participatory and examples as well as case studies/group exercises enabled employees to think about their rights and obligations under this Act. Men and women employees also understood about their role in creating a conducive environment free from sexual harassment for female employees in the organization.

Neelam Toppo

Program Officer, SHRC State Health Resource Centre, Raipur