Events

Events

28 April 2016

CREA believes that building the self-confidence, leadership, and knowledge of women and girls about their sexuality and human rights, and creating feminist platforms to challenge oppressive norms and power structures will enable women and girls to make their own decisions, exert control over their bodies, and demand their rights. Our community based programmes working with adolescent girls are based on these principles. We understand from anecdotal evidence that girls who participate in our programmes are able to shift things at individual and family level and at times at community levelLink for.....

1 April 2016

CREA in partnership with Gram Vaani, TARSHI and Gurgaon ki Awaaz has launched a new series of a mobile phone-based info-line - Kahi Ankahi Baatein (Speaking the Unsaid) on April 1, 2016. It is a safe and anonymous platform for young people to get essential rights based information on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). Using the Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) – it is a unique, round the clock, mobile based technological solution, which overcomes the limitations of time and space, reaching out to a diverse range of audiences across varied geographies location, age,Link for.....

3 January 2016
Tribal Culture Centre, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
SELF Academy

CREA organised a 15 day residential camp, SELF academy from December 20, 2015 to January 3, 2016. Fifty young women participants, selected from the four districts of Jharkhand were offered opportunities of holistic development, apart from football coaching. The Academy was held at the Tribal Culture Centre, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand.

The main objective of the SELF academy was to provide various skills to young women so that they become self-reliant and self-confident, and can make their own decisions related to their bodies, health, career and lives. “Girls are deprived of manyLink for.....

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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