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what we do

our work in india

Gender at Work India is an independent, non-profit organization that has been registered in India since 2015. It works to strengthen the advancement of gender equality by building networks of women leaders and of young professionals, with the aim to create inclusive work spaces.

Gender at Work is part of the Government of India recommended Panel of Institutions/Organisation for imparting training programs/workshop under Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013. Find us on the recommended panel here.

consulting services in india

Gender at Work India brings together gender equality experts from diverse sectors to evaluate, analyse, support and strategize with client organizations.

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gender action learning process

Through the Gender Action Learning (GAL) process, we engage organizational leaders in a customized, participatory process of co-creating strategies focused both on individual and systemic change. These processes lead to lasting change because they touch people at very deep levels, showing them new pathways for change and getting at the heart of discriminatory systems.

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grassroots women leading change

Addressing violence against women and children

This project strengthens women’s organizations in India by creating and expanding a network of organizations working on women’s rights, in particular strategizing ways of advancing work on addressing violence against women and children. Participants, an informal feminist collective, support enhancing individual and organizational capacity to engage in collective action and building shared leadership for advancing women’s rights.

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making workplaces inclusive for GenNext

a four-pronged approach

Gender at Work India also aims to build capacity of your leaders by expanding their support systems to create transformational systemic change that advances gender equality. It has a four-pronged approach through capacity building, mentoring, networking and research on good practices.

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board of directors

srilatha batliwala
board member
ramya subrahmanian
board member
chand narayan
board member

past projects

Research & Gender Action Learning

G@W has organized and implemented gender action learning programs in India beginning with the Gender Action Learning program (2004-2006) which involved research on an action learning program with 4 organizations. These included The Hunger Project (which at the time was working with women elected to local level governance bodies in 14 states), Yuv Shakti (a youth-directed NGO working in Panchmahal district in Gujarat), Grama Vikas (a rural development organization working in Kolar District of the Karnataka) and Dalit Bahujan Shramik Union (a Dalit union in Andhra Pradesh).

Dalit Women's Accountability Initiative

From January 2010 to June 2012, Gender at Work carried out this initiative with funding from the UN Fund for Gender Equality. This two-year project was implemented in Uttar Pradesh with the aim of increasing Dalit women’s access and participation in the right to work programme, MGNREGA. 8000 Dalit women were reached through awareness raising activities. Dalit women’s representation increased by 400% in all eight districts of the program.

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Capacity Building Program

The objectives of the program were to increase the number of leaders in these countries capable of fostering transformational change to strengthen programs that empower women; and increase the number and diversity of organizations (including women’s rights organizations, trade unions, rural development organizations, etc.).

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ending workplace sexual harassment

#TipTheScale is a campaign to spread awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace and trigger collective action among individuals to demand and create safer working environments. We believe that one of the simplest paths to deep change is for the less powerful to speak as much as they listen and for the more powerful to listen as much as they speak. With this campaign, we aim to highlight the dangers of unequal power relations prevalent in the workplace and collectively #TipTheScale to end sexual harassment.


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