Happy Women's Day - Brig Sushil Bhasin
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Happy Women’s Day

Happy Women’s Day

Empowering
Women to “make safety a habit”
Every year March 8th, brings upon the day to
celebrate the spirit of womanhood. However in the wake of recent horrific
incident in the capital, it is imperative that women must take concrete steps
to invest in their safety & security.  EMPOWER CAMPS help empower women to “beat the
unsafe attitudes”.
Smart Tips
·        
First and foremost, learn to trust your INSTINCTS – believe your
inner feelings when you get uncomfortable about a person or situation.
·        
Remember
o    First.
AVOID  getting into an unsafe situation
o    Second.
Even after avoiding if you land yourself in it, ESCAPE. Scream, run away.
o    Third.
Only if the first two don’t work – ENGAGE
in a fight! (That’s the last resort)
·        
It’s the attitude –  the mental strength – presence of mind – the
gut feeling – the sixth sense – in which YOU as a woman, are strong. Please
develop these and be prepared and alert all the time
·        
Confidence is all about
attitude. Walk with confidence and avoid overt expressions of confusion. Use
your strengths as trump cards – don’t show off that your trained in martial
arts etc. You may provoke men.
·        
Don’t blindly trust innocent or
decent looking men.  Its safer (not safe)
‘not to be alone’ with a stranger. (Nirbhaya was not alone)
·        
Always Stay Connected:  A mobile phone is a key weapon in minimizing
risk and countering dangerous situations. Ensure roaming is enabled, or use
local SIM Card.  Program phone with key
contacts – Hotel, company Security, Embassy.
•   Make sure
you have a safe transport home (don’t accept lifts from strangers).  Don’t sit in the front seat of taxis. Don’t
share taxis with strangers.
·        
 Be Confident and Assertive. Learn to say ‘no
thank you’.  Trust your instincts.
•      Use your discretion and decline offered
assistance if you are yet to make your own decision or it does not feel right.
•       
Always keep
your distance when walking past strangers on the street or in dark areas.
•   If you
are being followed: Scream FIRE as it helps draw people’s attention.
•   Try to
alter daily routines.
·        
Walk on the side of the street facing traffic, this makes it harder for motorists to bother you.
Anyone can be a victim of sexual assault. We all think that bad
things can never happen to us. When it happens to someone, we become vigilant
for sometime and as the time passes, we start taking it easy…but come what may,
we must make safety our habit and instill the same vigilance in all the ladies
of the family, and together we all can help reduce this horrible crime against
women.
                            Make safety a
habit!!       
EMERGENCY
Contact Helpline number: 103
SMS 7738133133 & 7738144144
Email the home department: satejpatilmoshome@gmail.com
Address:
Home Department, Government of Maharashtra,
9th floor, New Administrative
Building, Opp. Mantralaya, Mumbai – 400032.
 Yuva Sena First Helpline: 9004797777,
8097003407, 9967141777
Pune:
9604848959, 9823727505, 9922921212, 9422517490, 9890000018
North Mumbai: 7738717273,
9867012697, 8097040973
Mulund: 8082111123,
8352022221, 9833325532, 9920369090
To be more
•      
AWARE  of your environment and safety risks
•      
INFORMED
of the support that we have and initiatives we have planned
•      
EMPOWERED
to act in uncomfortable and threatening situations
Please attend our Workshops on Gender
Sensitivity & Woman Empowerment

 

 

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