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Samabhavana Society has organised a Photo exhibition in collaboration with Charles Fox, UK based photographer at the esteemed Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, United Kingdom from 12th July to 22nd September 2012:www.soas.ac.uk/gallery/masseurs/

Samabhavana in Collaboration with School Of Social work, T.I.S.S, Centre for Criminology and Justice are having a Panel discussion on “When is it not a Privilege to grow up a Male"- A Global Perspective on Male Child Exploitation, supported by LOVE146.ORG

Panelist:
Dr Glenn Miles, Phd, - LOVE 146.ORG
Dr Carl Jylland- Halverson- U.S.A
Mr Jasmir Thakur- Samabhavana

Special Invitee:
Adv. Vinay Menon - being confirmed
Adv. Shabnam Kazi- being confirmed

Date : 31st July - 11 am to 3 pm,
Venue: School of Social Work, T.I.S.S

Samabhavana starts its Phase I, Part 2 sessions of SMILE in 15 Schools of Mumbai from July end, supported by Swissaid.
 
 
Certificate in Human Advocacy Resource Management (CHARM)
Conceptualized by Samabhavana Society, Team of academicians, activists, doctors, lawyers, media persons, HR managers of Corporates and Most important the communities- The common man The unique attempt at both creating ‘open spaces’ of learning within universities/ colleges as well as setting up a structured training module on Gender, Sexuality and Human rights for students who wish to be Human Change Advocates.

The programme will specifically focus on “A process to develop THOUGHT LEADERSHIP” The course is Co – Certified by ILS college and Samabhavana a first of its kind that will provide the edge in Job Placement

The seminar is scheduled on 22nd January 2011 @ ILS College and the spot registration commence at 1 pm. http://www.ilslaw.edu
 
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Art for Dignity 2011 –, Art Exhibition @ Jehangir Art Gallery – Hirji Gallery-9th February to 15th February2011
Works of Imminent Indian Contemporary Masters who have donated their works for the Noble cause of Stopping Male Child Abuse, the funds raised would go to developing a Soft skills and Vocational Training Centre to provide Dignity in Life to such victims.

We are also raising funds through this to commence a program on Microfinance for women of Byculla area who are victims of domestic Violence and Marital Rape, so as to provide them with Dignity in Life.

For online viewing of work of Art: www.artfordignity.org & Our Curating Partner for Art for Dignity Exhibition: www.studio3india.com