Activities

World Environment Day celebrations at TARA Projects

Delhi: With a purpose to nurture the seed of environment protection and awareness, our member TARA Projects, based in Delhi celebrated World Environment Day with children, youth, artisans and farmers with the messages of “Join the race to make the world a better place.”   Tara is committed to protect the environment and motivate people especially… Continue reading World Environment Day celebrations at TARA Projects

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International Women’s Day: TARA

A report from TARA International Women’s Day was celebrated at TARA and in L-block neighborhood of Sangam Vihar, Delhi on 8th March 2016. The program was organized in collaboration with Social Welfare Department under the Ministry of Women and Child Development. More than 450 persons participated in the daylong program. It was organized in continuance… Continue reading International Women’s Day: TARA

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Launch of ‘Let’s Work Together! For Gender Equality Campaign’

“Gender Equality is not a Women’s Issue, but it is a Human’s issue”. India ranks 132 out of 187 countries on the gender inequality index, according to the United Nations Development Program’s Human Development Report 2013. Gender inequality is especially tragic not only because it excludes women from basic social opportunities, but also because it gravely imperils the life prospects of future generations.

TARA Projects, jointly with its partner organisations Oxfam Magasins du MondeBelgium, SashaKolkata and Corr- The Jute Works – Bangladesh launched a campaign ‘Let’s Work Together! For Gender Equality’ on 07th November, 2015 at Sangam Vihar, Delhi with other events held at Badarpur, Bawana, Delhi and Manav Rachna University, Faridabad. The program was attended by eminent persons from the Government department, civil society organizations, media persons, college students and others from the community.

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The program was attended by eminent persons from the Government department, civil society organizations, media persons, college students and others from the community. More than 700 people participated in the program.

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In the main launching event, more than 400 people participated. Speaking on this occasion, the local MLA, Delhi Govt. Mr. Prakash Jarwal urged the men and women to jointly address the issue of Gender.  He urged the parents, the youth and the leaders of the society to improve the present status of gender inequality in the society.

Ms. Moon Sharma reiterated Tara Project’s commitment to fight gender inequality in the society. She spoke about how Fair Trade has been able to make difference in the lives of many, changing people’s mindset.  She also said that this is just the launching of this campaign and it will be followed by more action in the time to come.  With this message, she officially together with the MLA and the other eminent personalities launched the campaign “Lets work together for Gender Equality”. As a symbolic gesture, all the guests on the stage and the participants wore the T-Shirts signifying their support for Gender Equality.

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A series of events, role plays, songs, group activities and a street play were also performed. These focused on the present status of gender inequality in our society and the changes required.

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The launching event increased the awareness about the need for Gender Equality among the participants. The group activity conducted, brought out many new significant issues related with Gender Inequality and brought about participation from the community stakeholders on the issue. A great enthusiasm could be noticed among the participants in supporting the cause of Gender Equality.