Empowering women with bold action

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first_imgReciprocity, a renowned business networking forum celebrated International Women’ Day with theme of this year as – “Be Bold for Change”. Every person can play a part in helping drive better outcomes for women. Through meaningful celebration and targeted bold action, we all can be responsive and responsible leaders in creating a more gender inclusive world.With some distinguished Panelists – Gowri Ishwaran, Padmashri and Founder Principal of Sanskriti School, Meera Balachandran, founder Principal of Ramjas School R K Puram and Monica Sagar, Principal Shiv Nadar School, Gurgaon – Reciprocity put up some strong questions regarding women empowerment in our country to which the panelists gave a fitting reply: Also Read – Add new books to your shelf-Gender bias begins at home when parents express preferential treatment and intent for the male child.- Educate the men at home to think equally in order to be fair – What a man can do, a woman can too. Bring in this culture from the start at home.- If we feel that our conditioning plays a role in who we are today, then also be informed that we alone have the power to change our conditioning. We carry a responsibility as women not just for ourselves but for all other fellow women too because when we change, we influence other women and that can truly change the world!- When we say ‘women’, the word oppression comes to mind instantly. If not oppression, role playing comes to mind. Our message to you all – go do what your heart says. Even if that means defying conventions!- Women don’t have to fit into a man’s world. They are capable of making their own world, their own way!last_img

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