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Sensitisation Workshops - SAHAYAM

Sensitisation Workshops

Prevention of Sexual Harassment at Workplace
 Objective: To understand forms and ways in which sexual harassment at workplace occurs with special emphasis on the steps to be taken as a bystander, victim and employer with respect to the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act.

 

Content/Process: The following aspects are covered in this workshop:

  1. Sexual harassment, its various forms and related myths.
  2. Occupational and behavioural impact of sexual harassment on an individual.
  3. The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act (process and functioning of the Internal Complaints Committee).
  4. Roles of employees, employers and bystanders in preventing and acting against sexual harassment at workplace.
  5. Steps to be followed by victim in case of sexual harassment.
Who can attend ? Those who want to increase their awareness regarding sexual harassment at workplace (including the law ) and want to learn how act against it.

 

Handling Aggression Effectively:
Objective: To understand one’s own anger and how to handle it through anger release and management techniques.
Content/Process:
  1. The following aspects are covered in this workshop:
  2. Understanding anger, its various forms and causes.
  3. Various anger release techniques.
  4. Various anger management strategies.
Who can attend:  Those who want to learn how to handle their anger effectively.

 

Education and Disability: Dilemma of caregivers
Objective: To understand the various education option for children with special needs and how to choose between them (Inclusive, Integrated and special schools) with specific emphasis on the role of teachers, parents, school counsellors and school administration.
Content/Process: The following aspects are covered in this workshop:

  1. Understanding disability.
  2. Difference between inclusive, integrated and special schools.
  3. How to choose between the various education options according to child’s needs.
  4. Guidelines of CBSE and ICSE.
  5. Roles and steps to be followed by counselors, parents and school administration with respect to children with disability.
  6. How to move towards inclusion ?
Who can attend ? Those who want to increase their awareness regarding the education related options and rights of those with disability.

 

Empowering our Children from Sexual Abuse: Insight Into POCSO Act – Moving Beyond Safe and Unsafe Touch.
Objective: To understand child sexual abuse and specific steps to be followed in case of such incidents as also to ways to prevent child sexual abuse (based on POCSO Act) with specific emphasis on the role of parents, teachers, schools, bystanders and children themselves.
Content/Process: The following aspects are covered in this workshop:

  1. Introduction to child sexual abuse, its various forms and related myths.
  2. Psychological and behavioural impact.
  3. Indicators of child sexual abuse.
  4. Steps to be taken in case of child sexual abuse.
  5. Role of teachers/counselors/ parents/school/children and adolescents themselves in case of child sexual abuse. (according to the target audience this is modified and presented)
  6. POCSO Act.
    1. Importance of counseling as an intervention.
    2. Children and adolescents as perpetrators: Introduction to JJ act.
Who can attend ? Those who want to increase their awareness regarding child sexual abuse (including the law) and want to learn how act against it.

 

Healthy Interpersonal Relationships
Objective: To understand and identify unhealthy components of one’s interpersonal relationships and ways to build healthy interpersonal relationships.
Content/Process: The following aspects are covered in this workshop:

  1. Healthy relationships and their components.
  2. Importance of boundaries and space in interpersonal relationships.
  3. How to build and maintain healthy interpersonal relationships.
Who can attend ? Those who want to learn how to form, improve and maintain healthy relationships.

 

Rights of Persons with Mental Illness
Objective: To break the stigma associated with mental illness by understanding various rights of those with mental illness according to the Mental Health Care Bill.
Content/Process: The following aspects are covered in this workshop:

  1. What is mental illness ?
  2. Various rights of those with mental illness according to Mental Health Care Bill.
Who can attend ? Those who want to increase their awareness regarding rights of persons with mental illness (including the recently passed bill).

 

DURATION COST REMARK
2 Hours  Rs 100/- Cost is inclusive of certificate.

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