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Thursday, 19 October 2017 10:19

HERrespect features in story on gender equality in the Indian garment sector in MarieClaire Featured

The article online now says… the HERrespect project, which promotes positive gender relations through awareness and skill building, is currently being rolled out at its Orient Craft Factory in Chopanki – a site that produces intricate lace and embellished pieces. The programme is already making an emotional impact. ‘I feel empowered and less afraid to communicate with my husband as a result of the training,’ Malti, a tailor in the factory, tells me. ‘I have learned today that women have rights and that we must start to use them.’ A machine operator also taking the course adds: ‘I feel happier, like I’ve found a sort of freedom. I have never discussed serious matters like finances with my husband before, but I will tonight.’ Read more at http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/reports/female-garment-workers-india-540997#OdszoB8UisE2lzvp.99

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