<![CDATA[National Service Scheme, SRCC in association with HeForShe, Delhi Youth Voices organized an event on the lines of the United Nation’s Women Solidarity Movement on Gender Equality on 28th October 2015. The campaign was a step forward towards celebrating the spirit of Gender Equality and its importance in recent times. Witnessing a footfall of about 1000 young enthusiasts associated with the United Nations and various colleges of the varsity, it aimed at spreading awareness and engaging the youth on budding issues threatening Gender Equality. The inaugural speaker of the day, Mr. Saket Mani started by introducing the campaign to the gathering. A session with a young speaker like him marked the essence of the very spirit of making young fanatics the pioneers in the direction of Gender Equality. The next speaker, Mrs. Bani Yadav, a sports woman and rally car racer, engaged the audience in an interactive session and guided them about their role in the process. The next guest, Mr. Kundan Saun made everybody hum to the tunes of his melodious song making it the highlight of the day. The last speaker of the day, Mrs. Divya Chandra held the audience with a few interesting activities and meanwhile explained the importance and aspects of Gender Equality. The day long event was wrapped up with outdoor events like stamp printing and photo booth. The campaign including the panel discussion, screening of video content, activities and games acquainted the students better about their role in the society and boosted their motivation in spreading the word. The campaign by HeForShe in association with UN is supported by millions of young enthusiasts across the globe. Organized in the university it gathered more momentum, making this event one of its kinds. Photo Credits- Ankit Kumar for DU Beat Tanya Agarwal [email protected] ]]>
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