Empower Yourself (Bengaluru) 17th November, 2017

Empower Yourself (Bengaluru) 17th November, 2017

POSH at Work in association with How Revealing and 91 Springboard (Bangalore) is organizing an event to provide a platform to voices who have participated in the #MeToo movement and engage in a dialogue of how to keep this movement actively going and empowering self with knowledge of actions that can be taken when it occurs, especially at the workplace.

We hope to shed light on these aspects from the legal and practical lens of what one can do if one experiences, witnesses violation of their respect and dignity at the workplace and otherwise. Come, join us on 17th November, 2017 and add voice to #WeWillNotTakeIt.

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POSH at Work is a firm that works with government, companies, schools, colleges & NGOs to create awareness and assist in complying with the Law against sexual harassment at workplace. It believes that sexual harassment at workplace does not only cause mental and/or physical damage to the person harassed but also seriously curtails opportunities at work by creating a discriminatory work environment and to ensure equal opportunity at work, it is extremely important to create a reporting mechanism for such behavior.

91springboard is a vibrant co-working community created for startups, freelancers and business owners with a startup mindset and are dedicated to making work-life easy and fun while playing an integral role in helping organizations grow. Members of 91springboard get access to a co-working space with 24×7 office-infrastructure support, key service providers, knowledge sharing & collaboration, networking and of course, a free spirited culture that breeds innovation!

How Revealing is a website project that serves as a safe space for people to share experiences of sexual assault, sexual harassment and gender-based violence. You can be of any gender identity, nationality, sexual orientation or age and need not be someone who has directly experienced it. The project was originally envisaged to be a portal for India alone, but after receiving submissions from abroad, it is now open internationally as well.

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