SLAP is a New-Delhi based NGO
committed to ending
in all forms.
We specialize in
Training & Talks
on women safety, prevention of sexual harassment at workplace & gender sensitization
of Gender-based violence are committed against women in India every hour
of Sexual Harassment at Workplace
Every 15 minutes
A child is abused i.e.
4 children face
3rd lowest in the world in having Women in Leadership roles
GENDER VIOLENCE IS
Uday Prakash Singh
Joint Director (retd),
Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
Equally useful for rural & urban youths. In fact the workshops are a curious mix of theory followed by live demos and practice sessions.
I highly recommend these workshops for school going & just out of school teens. It will not only make them Gender Sensitive but also empower the girls to defend themselves..
Security Advisor, Rio Tinto India
The content, delivery methodology was really appreciated by our female employees and of course by me too. Learning and outcome during the session was eye opener and easy to comply in daily life for not only for women but for a man too. I would expect many more sessions with you in future. Once again Thanks for all the efforts you’re putting in making women safe and strong.
SLAP is doing commendable work during the lock-down, reaching out to vulnerable people by supplying food . . .every bit counts. Their main remit of generating awareness about women's safety is also ongoing despite the lock-down. They have my full support in such initiatives.
Founded in the wake of Nirbhaya gangrape, in 2012, Street Level Awareness Program (SLAP) trains girls and women on situational awareness, self-defense and handling real life threats like eve-teasing, harassment (in public spaces or work place) & assault.
Uniqueness of SLAP's programs lies in the fact that they are open to men/boys participants who wish to learn intervention techniques and join our fight against gender based violence.
SLAP's powerful programs have been supported by Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Govt of India, US Embassy in India and a host of educational spaces and corporates in Delhi NCR.
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Account Name: Street Level Awareness Program
Account number: 34413511925
Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: South Extn 2
IFSC code: SBIN0003219
Branch Code: 03219
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Real life threat simulation & easy self-defense for women to
neutralize an assault
in educational spaces & corporates
Engaging boys in a Gender-Dialogue is key to end Gender Inequity rooted in outdated patriarchal practices & mindset
SLAP's outreach program for men have been repeatedly organized by higher education spaces like IITs. IIMT, DU etc
India saw a #MeToo
tempest but are our women aware of grievance redressal procedures
Anti-Sexual Harassment Law
in India is stringent & a well trained work force + Inquiry Committee is every employer's responsibility
SLAP's volunteers engage in disaster response during national calamities as part of our commitment to Nation-Building
Our team of volunteers is serving India's poorest in 5 States by providing Ration & Hygiene kits.
21,700 meals served
TRAINED more than 12,000 women 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.