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We are constructing a space for women to find support, learn, earn and grow in.

We are constructing a space for women to find support, learn, earn and grow in.

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • What Service Do We Give To Society
      • Activism
      • Institutional Support
      • Women’s Studies
      • Mass Media Advocacy
      • Networking
      • Publications
    • Future Plans
    • How Can You Strengthen Us
  • 3.
    • We Have Directly And Substantially Helped 15000 Women Since 1953
      • We Act On 19 Major Classes Of Atrocities Against Women
      • We Carry Out Legal Prosecution Of Individual Cases
      • We Support Economical & Social Rehabilitation Of Victims
      • We Have Acted In 100s Of Landmark Cases
        • Shankarlal Gyarasilal Dixit vs. Union Of India
        • Chandu Jain vs. Union Of India
        • Suresh Masram vs. Union Of India
        • Chanda Chordia Dowry Death
        • Kanchan Meshram Rape & Murder
  • 4.
    • Comprehensive Parallel Investigation Methods
      • Visit To The Victim Of Atrocity
        • Emotional Support
        • Legal Advise
        • Promise Of Security
      • Visit To The Spot Where Atrocity Occurred
      • Visit To The Doctor Who Provided Medical Opinion
      • Visit To The Police Station
        • Submission Of Findings
        • Suggestion On Further Lines Of Enquiry
  • 5.
    • We Have Held More than 5000 Public Meetings & Demonstrations Since 1975
      • Social Pressure Group
        • To Condemn Violence Against Women
        • To Empower Women
        • To Unite Civil Society Behind The Victim
      • Largest Public Demonstration Had More Than 50,000 Participants
      • Longest Running Series Of Demonstrations On One Case Lasted 20 Days
      • Longest Running Protest-Fast Done By Our Members Lasted For 8 Days
  • 6.
    • We Follow These Cases Up To The Supreme Court
      • As Parties
        • Public Interest Litigation
        • Special Leave Petition
      • As Witnesses
        • Dying Declarations
        • Assessment Of Evidence
        • Expert Opinion
      • As Interested Observers
        • Advocacy In The Media
        • Emotional & Practical Support To The Victim
  • 7.
    • We Have Directly Contributed To Laws That Help Women
      • We Act As A Pressure & Lobby Group
      • We Submit Researches & Cases For Assessment
      • We Contribute To The Drafting Of Laws, Regulations & Schemes
        • Section 498(A) IPC, 1982
        • Domestic Violence Act, 2005
        • Maharashtra Equal Pay Regulation, 1976
        • Savitribai Dattak Yojna 1991
        • Punyasholk Ahilyabai Holkar Yojna 1998
        • Upasthiti Bhatta Yojna
        • Parityakta Punarvasan Yojna 1996
  • 8.
    • We Have Held 300 Camps For Women In Vidarbha Region Of India Since 1990
      • Poor, Rural Uneducated Women & Girls Beneficiaries
      • Focus On Empowerment Through Knowledge
        • Legal Literacy
        • Social Justice
        • Community Action
      • Issues Ranging From Adolescent Girls To Prostitution
      • Continued Support To Communities
  • 9.
    • Strong Network Of Supplementary Sister Groups
      • 1980 - Forum Against Rape (Established)
      • 1981 – Stree Atyachar Virodhi Parishad(Established) (Registered in 1991)
      • 1981 – All India Anti Dowry Movement (Established)
      • 1988 – Legal Literacy Movement For Women (Registered)
      • 1993 - Vidarbha Association Of Women Studies & Research (Registered)
  • 10.
    • Legal Literacy Movement For Women - Government Recognized Institutions
      • Short Stay Home
        • Total 1800 Cases Since 1990 To Present
        • 200 Cases Of Unwed Mothers Rehabilitated Since 1990 To Present
          • Legal Aid
          • Adoption
      • Family Counseling Centre
        • 5400 Cases Of Domestic Violence And Family Disputes Dealt Since 1990 To Present
      • Help Line
        • 14500 Women And Girls Counseled And Helped Since 2003
  • 11.
    • Legal Literacy Movement For Women - Government Recognized Camps
      • 1 Camp In Yawatmaal District Of Vidarbha 1992
      • 10 Camps In 10 Districts Of Vidarbha In 1994
      • 10 Camps In 10 Districts Of Vidarbha In 1999
      • 10 Camps In 10 Districts Of Vidarbha In 2000
      • 10 Camps In 10 Districts Of Vidarbha In 2001
      • 10 Camps In 10 Districts Of Vidarbha In 2002
      • 3 Camps In 3 Districts Of Vidarbha In 2003
  • 12.
    • Stree Atyachar Virodhi Parishad - Pre Marriage Counseling Center
      • 600 Cases Supported Since 2006
      • 2008 Workshop On Pre Marriage Counseling For Students At Mukhare College, Nagpur
    • Vidarbha Association Of Women Studies & Research (Registered)
      • 8th March 1996 - State Wide Conference On The Role & Status Of Women, In Association With Amravati University
  • 13.
    • 1970 To 1973 - Comprehensive Research On Women’s Education
      • 1000 Women Interviewed
    • 1981 To Present - Associated With The National Association On Women’s Studies
      • This Association Convenes A National Conference On Women’s Studies Every 2 Years
      • The Group Has Been Represented In Each Of The 12 Such Conferences, Twice On The Executive
      • 8 Research Papers Submitted
        • 400 Cases Of Rape
        • 600 Cases Of 498(a)
  • 14.
    • 1985 To Present - Associated With World Conferences On Women.
      • The Group Has Been Represented In Every World Conference On Women Since Nairobi 1985
      • 7 Such International Conferences Attended
      • 7 Research Papers Submitted
    • 1985 To Present – 7 Miscellaneous National Research Papers
      • Members Recognized As International
      • Authorities On The Study Of Rape
  • 15.
    • 1981 To Present – 9 Research Projects
      • Some Research Specially Commissioned By The Government
      • The Findings Contributed To Legal Reform Or Government Schemes
    • 1993 To Present - Tarabai Shinde Women’s Studies & Development Center
      • We Research Women’s Studies Issues
      • Hold Regular Seminars And Discussions
  • 16.
      • 1956 To 1970
        • Numerous Articles, Fiction, Non Fiction In Newspapers & Magazines On Feminist Issues
      • 1977 To Present
        • More Than 800 Newspaper Articles, TV And Radio Shows
      • Regular Columns
        • Madhumalathi (Lokmat) 1977 – 1992
        • Tyanchya Aart Kinkalya (Navshakti) 1981 – 1983
        • Nyayachya Shodhat (Deshonnati) 2006 – 2007
        • Parivartanai (Sakaal) 2008 – Present
      • Website Under Construction
  • 17.
    • Branches
      • 10 Districts Of Vidarbha Covered
      • Headed By Women
      • Provide Front Line Support To Women In Need
    • Greeting Cards
      • Sent To 1000 Women’s Groups And Associations
      • Inscribed With Feminist Messages And Visuals
    List Of Cards Diwali 1996 Diwali 2003 Diwali 1997 1st January 2004 10th March 1998 (Savitribai Phuley Death Anniversary) 1998 1st January 2005 Diwali 1999 1st January 2006 1st January 2000 1st January 2007 Diwali 2001 1st January 2008 Diwali 2002 1st January 2009
  • 18.
    • Members Of Our Group Have Been Publishing Feminist Books Since 1960
    • Since 1994, Our Affiliate, Seema Prakashan, Publishes Feminist Books
      • 14 Books Published Since 1994
      • These Books Are Widely Circulated In School & College Libraries
      • One Of Our Latest Publications, Sangram, Has Had Its 3 rd Edition Published Within A Year In 2009
  • 19.
    • Swayamsiddha
    • Independent Space For Women
    • Cohesive, Stable Support Structures
    • Economic Independence For Women
    • Implementation Of Our Feminist Agenda
    • Relief & Employment To Women
    • 1500 Victims Will Be Aided Each Year
    • 150 Women Will Find Employment Each Year
  • 20.
    • Primary Aim : The Construction Of Buildings To House Initiatives That Support Women
    • Initial Goal : To Raise 75 Hundred Thousand (Lakh) Rupees By 2010
    • Request : Please Contribute In Cash & Kind
    • Funding Details: Donations Are Exempt From Income Tax Under 80G
    • Help Us Make Swayamsiddha A Reality!!

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