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The Global Walk for India's Missing Girls' is a march organized by people all over the world to protest against female foeticide and infanticide, the worst genocide in India's history. In March 2010 , over a 1000 people walked in San Francisco, Delhi, Mumbai, Jamshedpur, Pondicherry, Kuwait and Melbourne.
In India over the last 20 years, 10 million girls have been killed by their parents, either before or immediately after birth because they consider daughters a burden.
You might enjoy my latest interview on the 'How To Build Community' podcast. It charts the experience of a mental health nurse from New Zealand, who spent four years in India's rural north, training community health workers on counselling and gender violence. She talks about:
- the role of listening in reducing gender violence
- how to be an effective "outsider" in a community that you want to support
Last year, one study named India "the worst country…Continue
Added by Jake Lloyd on February 19, 2019 at 4:55pm — No Comments
Dear Members of this Forum,
I'm sharing with you my recent article as published on the occasion of World AIDS Day 2019. The article is based on this year's theme i.e. "Communities Makes the Difference". Herein, I have highlighted how effectively communities are responding to AIDS pandemic across the continents and in India as well.
In India, communities by themselves are able to resolute their Human Rights issues where intervening communities like Transgender…Continue
Added by Dr. Anil Pratap Singh on January 13, 2020 at 3:21pm — No Comments
Susanne and I recorded the interview of Jan Somers of Belgium during the Global Learning Festival organised by the Constellation and India Competence in Chennai during Nov 2012. Here communities and facilitators of strength-based approaches like Community Life Competence and Appreciative Inquiry came to share and exchange.
Interviewer Susanne Mueller of USA with Jan Somers…Continue
Added by Susan Koshy on December 2, 2013 at 10:00pm — No Comments
Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee has decided to hold the XIX International AIDS Conference Hub in Kolkata, India from 22nd July to 27th July 2012. This will be first of its kind in India. The Kolkata Conference Hub will be organized in collaboration with the Global Network of Sex Work Projects with support from International Aids Society and other UN agencies. This will provide a grand opportunity to showcase our effort to curb HIV/AIDs in India and…Continue
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Dear Friends ,
A global walk to protest female foeticide and infanticide in India is being held on the weekend before /after the International Women`s day .
India and many other countries are facing the worst genocide in history.According to a study by UNICEF, 7000 girls are killed EVERYDAY in India by female feticide. 7000 girls, lose the right to be born, live, laugh and grow just because they are females.
Join us to protest against this henious crime.…Continue
I recently interviewed a man called Dr Sedevi Angami for the 'How To Build Community' podcast and radio show. He runs a hospital in Dimapur, and he was telling me about his life and work, and how a hospital can be a centre for the transformation of a community, going well beyond medicine.
I find Sedevi to be a very refreshing, encouraging and inspiring company. It feels rare (in my part of the world) to meet someone who's seen & done so much, and yet remains seemingly…Continue
Added by Jake Lloyd on January 14, 2020 at 9:26pm — No Comments
[Participants from North, northeast and south of India, venues ranged from the railway station to home, weather varied from heavy rain to sweltering heat but the spirit remained strong throughout- it was SALT which unites us and we would like to promote it in big or small way, taking baby steps towards our dream of entire India immersed in SALT. Please read on how some members of India competence National Support Team (NST) celebrated Community action…Continue
Added by Rituu B. Nanda on October 24, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
Here is the dream from India competence Skype meeting held on 19th January 2012
Participants: Anthony, Indumathi, M L Prabakar, Mukesh Bhachawat, Prabhakar Sinha, Vicky, Rituu B Nanda
Could not join due to connectivity and other issues- Bobby Ramakant,…Continue
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Outreach worker from Catholic Health Foundation of India (CHAI) speaking about her experience of using Constellation's SALT and CLCP process on…