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SLAP (Street Level Awareness Program) is a Delhi-based registered Trust founded in response to the heinous Nirbhaya gang rape, to spread awareness on Women Safety, Laws protecting women rights in India & to promote gender neutral mindset. ​Our expertise lies in conducting Training, Talks & Campaigns around Women Safety & Gender Sensitization.


29th Dec 2012. For us the dateline is important. On this day as Nirbhaya succumbed to her injuries, the idea of SLAP was born.


As we watched in helpless anger, we pledged to go beyond slogan shouting & candle marches to practically empower  women in a country scarred with Rape & Assaults.


7 years later, we are proud to tell you that we have kept the flame burning. SLAP through it's Women Safety workshops has trained more than 10,000 women to fight & escape an assault & sensitized millions of by-standers to dissuade attitudes that promote Gender Violence.


SLAP conducts training & talks on Women Safety, Sexual Harassment Prevention, Breaking Gender Stereotypes & Leadership.




Our Mission is to prevent crimes against women & challenge gender stereotypes by:

  • Training Women to tackle real-life threats like rape, harassment, assault, domestic violence, etc.

  • Sensitizing Men to challenge patriarchal attitudes that lead to gender-violence

  • Encourage community policing & by-stander intervention to find sustainable solutions towards creating Safe Communities


A safe, harmonious, violence-free world where all three genders co-exist peacefully and get equal opportunities to thrive



TRAINED more than 14,000 women and men on fighting threats like sexual harassment, eve-teasing, domestic violence & assault

EDUCATED more than 7 lakh people through our online tutorials on women safety & women rights

SENSITIZED more than a million audience via road shows, college & youth festivals, awareness campaigns & our strong outreach program via conventional media including news features on leading national & international channels like Doordarshan, BBC Hindi, Al Jazeera, CNN IBN, Aaj Tak.

ORGANIZED youth-centric dialogues in college & university spaces via dynamic activities like Flashmob, Street Play, Street Art contest & Pitch Deck to challenge gender stereotypes rife in our society.


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