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issue 27 june 2017 issue 32 january 2018

ISSUE: #27 | JUNE 2017

ISSUE: #32 | January 2018

EQUALITY

GENDER SENSITISATION: NEED OF THE HOUR

CEO’s Desk: Need for Gender Sensi?sa?on Programmes at School

GIRLS ARE WEAK!

Often heard these statements ?

BOYS ARE BRAVE!

In a patriarchal society like India, we have contras?ng gender roles that have led to discrimina?on and devalua?on of

girls and women. Stereotyping that promotes gender inequity, and later leads to acceptance of imbalances in power.

The root of the problem stems from nega?ve influences on a child's a?tude and percep?on. Gender iden??es are

defined as children grow and are influenced by the situa?on at home, from their parents, and at school, from their

peers and teachers.

A study conducted by World Vision India in 2017, shows that one in every two girl children face some form of abuse. In

fact, a few research studies show, one in three people agree that control over another is not considered a form of

violence or abuse. There is no denying the seriousness of the issue, especially with the increasing rate of offenses

involving children under the age of ten.

Some

heart-aching

Read Full Ar?cle >>

facts

GENDER INEQUALITY,

INDIA STANDS

A LOWLY 125??

OUT OF 159 RANKED

COUNTRIES

- United Na?ons' gender inequality index.

FEMALE

IN INDIA, THE FEMALE

LITERACY RATE IS

COMPARATIVELY

LOWER (65%) THAN

THE MALE LITERACY

(82%)

CHILD MORTALITY,

RATE IS

17% HIGHER THAN

THAT OF BOYS

THE REPORT CARD

CRIME AGAINST WOMEN ROSE

60

50

53.9%

40

41.7%

30

GENDER GAP,

INDIA FELL 21 PLACES

ON THE INDEX TO 108,

FAR BELOW THE GLOBAL

AVERAGE.

20

10

0

2011

RAPE : 34,651

ATTEMPTED RAPE: 4,437

DOWRY DEATHS: 7,634

DOMESTIC CRUELTY: 1,13,403

2015

UP TO

3,27,394 CASES

WERE REPORTED

IN 2015 ALONE

KIDNAPING AND ABDUCTIONS: 59,277

- Na?onal Crime Records Bureau

- The World Economic Forum's (WEF)

Global Gender Gap Report

Some Campaigns

Tata Tea Campaign Jago re

Taron ki Toli- Gender sensi?za?on

ini?a?ve

Tata Tea's Jaago Re ini?a?ve aims to take this a step

further by pe??oning government bodies to make such

programmes mandatory in schools across the country.

By facilita?ng a behavioral change from the grassroots,

such classes inculcate a sense of equality and respect in

children, leading to a more harmonious and gender-just

future.

The programme involves both boys and girls to support

each other and raise their voices to protest against and

prevent gender based discrimina?on via games, songs,

drawings, and other ac?vi?es that are conducted by the

Breakthrough team. The kids come together regularly

every week to learn about gender based discrimina?on,

and explore and understand ways in which they can

prevent these forms of discrimina?on around them – at

homes and in their communi?es while the teachers and

principals are encouraged to contribute their ?me to

support the students.

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