Events

Events

7 December 2015
Jharkhand

CREA, through its programme, Ibtida, is strengthening feminist leadership at the community level in Jharkhand.

Traditional patriarchal structures pose hurdles in the path of women and girls in accessing their rights. Violence is a common part of their lives, including within families. When women get actively involved in their own development, it brings change not only in their lives but also in their entire community. Supporting one woman means uplifting an entire community.

CREA works with elected women representatives in Jharkhand to enable them to achieve greater politicalLink for.....

14 March 2016
Berta Caceres

CREA calls for justice in the wake of the murder of Berta Caceres, a Honduran Human Rights Defender. Click here to read a joint statement issued by CREA through the Count Me In Consortium (CMI).

Click here to read the IMD statement.

 

 

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29 November 2015
New Delhi

CREA is participating in the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon to raise funds and awareness for women’s rights to political participation, for adolescent girls to make informed decisions about their body, health and lives; for the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women with disabilities; and to decriminalise same sex relationship between consenting adults.

CREA works to build the knowledge and leadership capacity of elected women representatives and women voters so that they know about and can demand their rights. In the upcoming elections in Jharkhand, many women who areLink for.....

6 June 2014
Ranchi, Jharkhand

CREA is organising a 'State-level Consultation: Strengthening Implementation of Laws on Domestic Violence and Child Marriage' on 6-7 June 2014, in collaboration with National Mission for Empowerment of Women (NMEW) and Women Power Connect (WPC).

 

The Consultation will bring together various governmental and non-governmental partners and stakeholders to share their experiences on the issue of domestic violence and child marriage, with a particular focus on strengthening the implementation of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (PWDVA) and the ProtectionLink for.....

8 March 2014
Bihar, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh, India

Six of our 15 It's My Body programme partner organisations, located across Bihar, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh, organised district-level events to celebrate International Women's Day in their communities. Although the content of the events varied, they all had a common objective-to reach out to the larger community, especially women and girls, and provide them with an opportunity to celebrate their being, whether through the medium of sports, or through use of performance art such as poetry, song, and dance.

 

For instance, while our Uttar Pradesh-based partner organisationLink for.....

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