16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence

A world without violence is possible! This year we aim to reach out to 1 million people in partnership with FICCIFLO & FLOBhubaneswar to spread awareness on gender-based violence and how to end it. #nomoremissingrights #16DaysOfActivism
#16DAYSCAMPAIGN Let’s join hands to act!

Awareness campaign on #16DaysOfActivism on Gender-Based Violence conducted in our project villages of Tilori & Ghirongi in MP. Let us make a world without violence possible! #OrangeTheWorld


Say NO to Gender-Based Violence! Sradhanjali, peer leader @humarabachpan speaks about the need to end violence against women & children. #16DaysOfActivism #OrangeTheWorld

Let us educate as many as we can to stop gender-based violence. Akanksha Mishra, an undergrad law student is doing her bit. Please join #16DaysOfActivismAgainstGbv & spread awareness. #OrangeTheWorld

This video by a law student @jeetpattnaik3 is to spread awareness against gender-based violence. #16DaysOfActivism #OrangeTheWorld

Gender audits being conducted by adolescents girls of
@humarabachpan to map the unsafe spaces and accentuate the various forms of violence. Let’s spread the word and put an end to GBV. @16DaysCampaign #OrangeTheWorld

Door to door campaign in Tilori & Ghirongi villages conducted on violence against women. People appreciated the campaign and joined it by filling the online pledge. #16DaysofActivism2020 #OrangeTheWorld

An awareness session for Gender-Based Violence was organised for Peer leaders of Humara Bachpan. The activities included Slogan writing, Drawing competition Oath taking, online signature, and discussion on how to end gender-based discrimination.

Migrant women workers were made aware of gender-based violence and their rights in Tilori village of Malanpur in Madhya Pradesh during #16DaysOfActivism by the Humara Bachpan Team. #16DaysCampaign #ficciflo #unwomenindia #AkzoNobel #LabourMinistry #CMMadhyaPradesh #ratifyILO190

A child’s future is shaped by experiences. A heart touching sketch by 11-year-old Mehr Chahal, a student of grade 6 of Loyola School, Bhubaneswar as part of #16DaysofActivism2020 #OrangeTheWorld
@16DaysCampaign @CWGL_Rutgers @PMOIndia @smritiirani @CMO_Odisha @WCDOdisha @UN_Women

Hoping for a day where we don’t have to observe the #16DaysOfActivism or the #HumanRightsDay
#humarabachpan & #FICCIFLO campaign reached out to more than 100,000 people across cities and villages pan India ensuring women in the informal economy assert their rights. #16DaysCampaign

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. #16DaysOfActivism #OrangeTheWorld

Construction and Domestic workers are being made aware of Gender-Based Discrimination at their workplace particularly with regards to pay and how can they stand for their rights. They also participated in the online Signature campaign. #16DaysOfActivism #OrangeTheWorld

A street play organised by the Team Parivartan at Tilori village to educate and create awareness about violence against women and women’s rights. People from the village attended the play.

Street Play Video on Violence Against Women

HBT Project Parivartan Malanpur is observing the 16 Days of Activism Campaign against Gender-Based Violence. We made the people of Singhwari and Malanpur aware of the GBV and women’s rights using the mic on an auto-rickshaw. HEre is the video link for the same. #16DaysOfActivism #OrangeTheWorld


16 Days Of Activism Campaign Malanpur

HBT Parivartan project in Madhya Pradesh is observing 16 days of activism to End Gender-Based Violence in partnership with FLO-Women ‘s wing of FICCI. Various activities were conducted such as door-to-door visits in Tilori and Ghirongi and campaigning in auto-rickshaws to spread awareness about Gender-Based Violence. On our door to door visits, 200 people were reached out to including men and women, and an online signature campaign collected signature for 365 people. Campaign through stall was also conducted the following day where 200 people were informed about different forms of Violence Against Women. In the campaign, adolescent girls were taught the difference between ‘Good Touch’ and ‘Bad Touch.’ From Ghirongi Parivartan center 18 adolescent girls and from Tilori 34 adolescent girls participated in the program. our campaign also reached out to 100 villagers. All in all, we have collected the online signature of 2000 people who have joined and supported the cause to date.