CARE had launched #March4Women, a global campaign to end violence and harassment in the world of work in March 2018. Last year the campaign reached rural villages of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Punjab, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh. During the campaign, we also engaged with the youth from Delhi University.

This year CARE India is once again collaborating with PAHAL, a multifaceted social services organization, to reach out to domestic and construction workers, women in prisons, trade unions, employers and students through several pre-event awareness activities comprising of discussions and dialogues, street plays and other engagement activities.

Ms. Hrishitaa Bhatt, actor and social activist (who made her acting debut in the film Asoka) will be present at the event to share her thoughts and encourage others to lend their support for the cause. She will be accompanied by thought leaders from key women organisations, government, ILO, legal experts and others.

Besides the dignitaries, the event will find participation by women and men from the organised and unorganised sector who are directly affected by gender-based violence and harassment at home and/or place of work. The proceedings of the day will include panel discussions, keynote speakers, powerful performances by a cultural group, ending with a silent march and signing of a charter of demands.

We are pleased to invite you for the #March4Women global campaign on March 15, 2019, at Delhi Haat, Janakpuri, New Delhi from 10.30 am onwards. Your presence will motivate others to continue efforts to alleviate poverty and social injustice by empowering women and girls from marginalized communities.

In the last year CARE India directly reached more than 11.6 million women through initiatives in Health, Education, Livelihoods and Disaster Preparedness. We need to support many more.

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