SOCIETY FOR INNOVATIVE RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Society For Innovative Rural Development

A Non-Government Voluntary Social Organization, Register under Society Registration Act 1860 Govt. of Delhi

State level seminar on “Disaster and Trafficking and its Impact on women"

State level seminar on “Disaster and Trafficking and its Impact on women” in Town Hall, Old Court, Rajmahal, Sahibganj District, Jharkhand on 3rd and 4th November, 2014.

TOPIC OF THE SEMINAR: Disaster and Trafficking and its Impact on women Jharkhand.

SPONSORED BY: NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN, NEW DELHI

VENUE:Town Hall, Old Court, Rajmahal, Sahibganj District, Jharkhand.

DATE: 03rd & 04th NOVEMBER 2016

One day seminar was organized 265 beneficiaries came for the seminar. Resource persons shared their knowledge on various aspects of human trafficking and its impact on women’s at Town Hall, Old Court, Rajmahal, Sahibganj District, and Jharkhand. Pamphlets and booklets were distributed. Knowledge on Details on statistics and the cases from the crime records of police in Jharkhand, Information on Government efforts regarding reducing of human trafficking and its impact on women thoroughly discussed by the experts. Information on various Legislations against crime against women and trafficking, Information on counseling services available to victims of human trafficking and Information on The Prevention of Human trafficking Act, Were addressed and the participants got benefitted to conceived all the knowledge sharing. Details were also provided on whom they shall approach, for seeking help, in case of being a victim of human trafficking. All information was provided that would make them aware of their legal and constitutional rights as being human and citizen of India. Cultural program (Song Recitation) was also organized. Seminar organized as per NCW Sanction Letter – F.NO. 16(216)/2015-2016-NCW(R&SC) more...



STATE LEVEL SEMINAR ON “AWARENESS PROGRAMMES ABOUT WITCH HUNTING”

Two days state level seminar organized by Society for Innovative Rural Development with financial assistance from National Commission for Women in 22/23th March 2014.

TOPIC OF THE SEMINAR: Awareness Programmes about Witch Hunting” Jharkhand.

SPONSORED BY: NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR WOMEN, NEW DELHI

VENUE:Town Hall, Old Court, Rajmahal, Sahibganj District, Jharkhand.

DATE: 22nd & 23rd MARCH 2014

200 beneficiaries came for the seminar.The distinguished speakers included Shabnam Parveen (Member, JSWC) Kapil Aggrawal (Advocate, Rajmahal) Pradip Kumar Aggrawal( BJP Ex-President) Awadh Lal(Cercal Inspector, Rajmahal), Abaad Hussain (Social Worker), M Chouhan (Advocate), Md. Golam Haider(Bokaro Steel City Member), Dr. Bandhu Verma (Advocate), Bindeshwar P D(Advocate), Binay Kumar Saha(Bar Council Secretary -Rajmahal) Pratap Kumar (Labour Enforcement Officer), Rajendra Bhagat (Block Welfare Officer), Mr. Musuk Sheikh (Social Worker) more...



MMA SEMINAR ON WOMEN EDUCATION IN MINORITY COMMUNITIES

State level seminar on “Women Education in Minority Communities” in Town Hall, Old Court, Rajmahal, Sahibganj District, Jharkhand on Dated 26th March 2014.

The issues of Women Education in Minority Communities need to be addressed in Sahibganj district in Jharkhand. So we organized this seminar with assistance from the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

26th March 2014 seminar was organized. 200 beneficiaries came for the seminar. Resource persons shared their knowledge on various aspects of “Women Education in Minority Communities” in Town Hall, Old Court, Rajmahal, Sahibganj District, Jharkhand. Pamphlets and booklets were distributed. Knowledge on Statistics on “Women Education in Minority Communities”, Information on Government efforts regarding improving “Women Education in Minority Communities”, Information on the usage of internet for getting information on educational opportunities, Information on what Prophet Muhammad said about education/study etc.) were provided. All information was provided that would make them motivated to enroll in education so that they can empower themselves and contribute to the growth of the nation.) All information was provided that would make them aware of their rights. more...