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has been founded by a team of young advoates & social entrepreneur who further brought group together to contribute towards betterment of the society with a focus on child education, holistic child development and womenempowerment. We share a common dream – a world where every child is showered with love and is given opportunities for their bright future; a world where no child’s innocence is marred by the horrors of child labour, and a world where women’s well being is paid attention to and they’re empowered to sustain themselves and their family. Ever since the inception of the foundation founders have striven hard to deliver service to women & children by providing them utmost level of education & empowerment.More Details
Sexual Harassment at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 and the subsequent Rules have been framed and put to operations on 9th December, 2013. However, the effective use of this legislation is possible only through awareness generations among the masses. A large chunk of Government & Public Sectors Unit work force is still in the dark about the provisions and effectiveness of the statute.
The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal ) Act, 2013 was enacted to ensure safe working spaces for women and to build enabling work environments that respect women’s right to equality of status and opportunity. An effective implementation of the Act will contribute to the realization of their right to gender equality, life and liberty, equality in working conditions everywhere .The sense of security at the workplace will improve women’s participation in work, resulting in their economic empowerment and inclusive growth.
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Vandana Sinha is an eminent advocate of Supreme Court of India and a Diversity professional and a social worker . An Art Graduate with a post Graduate Degree in Criminology . A large part of Career has been as a Legal professional.Read More
Kalpana is gold medallist in the field of child psychology . She is educator and social worker. She teaches and educate the children not only as a profession but she also educates children who belong to the under privileged family and help them to grow in the society by her expertise in child psychology.Read More
Tatsiana Chykhayeva, originally from Belarus, is a certified Life Coach who has been living in New Delhi from year 2016. Throughout her travels and a hospitality career, Tatsiana lived in more than six countries and traveled to many more.Read More
Niraj Kumar is Asst Commission of Police, Delhi and serving the nation for more than twenty years. Apart from his duty he is involved in so many social works , he is educating approximately 300 children from under privileged familyRead More
Eileen Warner is originally from Scotland she is an experienced Organisational Change Specialist with a passion for operational development and performance management.Read More
Manoj is a Science Graduate, an qualified IATA/FIATA, IATA DGR, IATA Airline Station Management, International Customs Canberra University & Cargo faculty member Airport Authority Of India.Read More
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