Let’s Stop Reacting & Start Acting: Show Your Support, Sign The Petition

The Logical Indian Crew

June 13th, 2017

Any shift towards a more sustainable society has to include gender equality.We all are aware of gender-based discrimination, abuse and violence taking place around us. The victims of gender inequality comprise of both men and women.

The roots of gender inequality are dug deep and goes all the way back to our early days. To make a society progressive, it is easier to raise the children than to repair the adults. It can be effectively achieved with an advanced education curriculum. We are running a petition campaign addressing HRD ministry to make gender sensitisation compulsory in schools.

Sign the Petition below to show your support.

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