In first part of week-long training, greater officers of state authorities and distinguished dignitaries of world organizations spoke on varied points pertaining to girls
CHANDIGARH: To strengthen the method of defending the rights of girls victims of violence, the Punjab Social Security, Women and Child Development Department is organizing every week lengthy state level virtual training workshop on ‘one stop sakhi centre’ in two phases.
In the primary part of virtual training performed from tenth to twelfth February, Raji P. Shrivastava, Principal Secretary, Social Security, Women and Child Development stated that the aim of this workshop is to make sure that the OSC employees in Punjab is sensitized and introduced updated with varied acts, legislations/insurance policies, normal working procedures, function of different departments and demanding response dealing with of delicate circumstances associated to violence towards girls. “The Workshop is following an actor-specific wants strategy whereby the main target was on figuring out the roles and obligations of every employees member in an OSC and training them primarily based on their particular studying necessities. The matter and theme for every session was curated for particular employees members and was performed by specialists in these areas” she stated.
Speaking on the event, Director Vipul Ujjwal stated that we hope that after this training workshop, the OSC Staff will be capable of sensitively deal with all circumstances of violence towards girls and supply ethical in addition to institutional help to the aggrieved girls; create a secure house for girls the place they really feel protected and safe; perceive and implement the most recent amendments and updates in varied legal guidelines/constitutional provisions/insurance policies and many others. regarding violence towards girls; perceive the well being wants and rights of aggrieved girls, reply appropriately in a delicate and non-discriminatory method; counsel the aggrieved girls and assist them really feel secure and heard.
During three day virtual training, Dr. Mandeep Mittal, Additional District & Sessions Judge-cum-Additional Member Secretary of Punjab State Legal Services Authority (PULSA), Ghanshyam Thori, Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar, Apneet Riyait, Deputy Commissioner Hoshiarpur, Ujjwala Kadrekar, Consultant, UN Population Fund (UNFPA) and OXFAM India, Dr. Jupaka Madhavi, WHO National Project on Elimination for Violence Against Women (EVAW) Projects and Anuja Gulati, Consultant, UN Population Fund (UNFPA) spoke on varied points pertaining to girls, their rights, well being points and compensation schemes.