The Women Rights Award
Age Group: 25 years +
Innovation: The best entries will demonstrate a creative approach to the challenge they tackle and the solution they propose. Their innovative approach is driven by original, groundbreaking ideas or being implemented in a way that will make a new significant difference to the community they are operating in.
Measurable Impact: Entries should explain how their initiative delivers positive social, economic, and/or environmental impact, using both quantitative and qualitative data. They would be tackling a significant sustainability issue and will have the potential of making a big difference by being expanded to new markets, sectors, or geographies.
Disclaimer: The decision of the jury in the shortlisting process is final and binding on all participants and we will not entertain any queries on the same.
How to Apply
Please send in your nominations with a detailed description of your work & its achievements at email@example.com
Also, please send photographs, videos or any such supporting documents to showcase the purpose, journey and milestones of the community work.
Please mention in Subject : <name> : and The Women Rights Award
Nomination forms must be completed and submitted by December 31, 2018 at firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 : Sunitha Krishnan
Krishnan works in the areas of anti-human trafficking and social policy. Her organization, Prajwala shelters rescued women and children and set up one of the largest rehabilitation homes in the country. She is making it possible for NGOs organizations to manage jointly a range of protective and rehabilitative services for women and children who have been trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation. She was awarded India’s fourth highest civilian award the Padma Shri in 2016.
2017 : Rashmi Tiwari
2016 : The Kant Brothers (Shakti Vahini)
The recipient, Kant Brothers co-founded Shakti Vahini in 2001; an organization that works for the rights of women and children in India. The organization has been a leading voice on policy and legal changes to combat violence against women and children.“Shakti” is the mother goddess, the goddess who has fought injustice, and “Vahini” is a brigade.