The incidents of rape cases and sexual harassments is the 4th highest in India, these cases just ruin the will power of women in India to walk alone of the streets after evening. A major part of people and families avoid leaving their girls freely the city. And somewhere we all have made our minds that harassment is the part of our society and no one can do anything to stop it.
Well, in all this mess for women in the world. There is one organisation who is working towards the empowerment of women in the society. With a vision to educate women to fight for safety and take action against sexual harassments is something we all need to cheer and support. The organisation Durga is making a noise to teach women to fight against the wrong doing for women. Here the story of Durga you all need to know about.
Learning Self-Defense Techniques Through Theatre Acts
Theatre based workshops and games make it easier for the women and girls to act for the protection of their own.
Metro Cities Are In Concentration For The Start
At this instance with nine women in the team the team Durga is empowering women of Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai. The organisation calls for workshops in girls hostel, schools and colleges and for this they charge merely Rs. 500 per person for a 3 hours of workshop.
The Organisation Has Placed Alarms in BMTC Buses
This can be said as one of its prior kind of initiative by any organisation. But, Durga has installed alarm for women and girls in five BMTC buses.
Media Collaborations To Get Durga Heard!
Durga has joined hands with Indigo FM and TV channel named TV9 that helps the organisation to reach to the masses and share their work that is helping women to develop skills.
Helping Women To Shed Shyness To Fight Against Sexual Harassment
Stimulated learning and communication the organisation thinks that the women in the society feels shy to fight against sexual harassment and claims that Durga would help the women to overcome that shyness and fight against the wrong doings with them.
Noted Initiative I claimed my space, I’m a Durga
In a year-long campaign called ‘I claimed my space. I’m a Durga!’. The organisations share positive stories on how women braved simple or serious harassment that helps to inspire girls.