THE POWER OF LOVE AND JUSTICE TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN - Music, Dance and Voices, 12-14 December 2013
THE POWER OF LOVE AND JUSTICE TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
-music, dance and voices
12-14 December 2013, New Delhi
In solidarity with the many survivors of violence, in and outside our families, homes, streets, workplaces and institutions. In the build up to One Billion Rising for Justice 2014..three days, four gatherings.
Co-organised by Delhi based Women's Groups, Civil Society Organisations and Students
Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi
The Power of Love and Justice to end Violence against Women: An evening of Music, Dance and Voices
- Shubha Mudgal (classical music),
- Eve Ensler (performing ‘In the Body of Justice’)
- Azad-Sakha Mahila Chalak (with Azad Parinde),
- Swaang (protest songs),
- Namrata Panmani (with Yogi Motor), and
- Katie Grey (International Singer)
On the sidelines: Exhibition of posters and materials on the theme
Co-organised by Delhi based Women's Groups, Civil Society Organisations and Students in collaboration with India Habitat Centre.
Ansari Auditorium, JMI
To join and strengthen One Billion Rising to end Violence against Women: An Evening of Music, Dances & Voices
· Inauguration by Prof S M Sajid, the Vice Chancellor, JMI
Eve Ensler- “ In the Body of Justice”
Manzil Mystics – Music Band
Justin Mcarthy – Bharatnatyam
Katie Gray- Vocal
Dance on Man Ke Manjeere by Srijanatmak Manushi Sanstha
On the sidelines: Exhibition of posters, art works, sculpture on the theme of violence against women by students
Organised by Sarojini Naidu Centre for Women’s Studies & The Outreach Programme, Jamia Millia Islamia University along with Delhi based organizations
14th December 2013, 11 am to 1 pm
Auditorium, Miranda House, Delhi University
COMMITMENT TO GENDER JUSTICE: ZERO TOLERANCE TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Interactive session with
- Professor Vidhu Verma: Chairperson, Centre for Political Science, SSS, JNU.
- Dr. Ashok Acharya: Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Delhi University.
- Kamla Bhasin: Renowned feminist activist.
- Eve Ensler: American playwright, performer, feminist, activist and founder of V–DAY USA.
Organised by Miranda House Women Development Cell (W.D.C.), College Complaints Committee (C.C.C), Developing Countries Research Centre (D.C.R.C) along with Delhi based organizations.
Silver Oak I, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
A Feminist Dialogue on Envisioning Justice: The panelists include Eve Ensler, Kamla Bhasin, Kumkum Sangari,Vimal Thorat,Vrinda Grover and Shabnam Hashmi and would be moderated by Seema Mustafa.
Organised by Centre for Policy Analysis, Jagori and Sangat along with Delhi based organizations
Open for All. Come and invite others too!
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