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The Kalinga Fellowship

Save the Date: 9 – 13 December 2019
Vishwa Yuvak Kendra, New Delhi, India

The Kalinga Fellowship is a global programme that brings together the most progressive leaders from business, government and civil society to facilitate a breakthrough in thinking and strategy to answer the question:

How can the senior leaders of the government, business sector and civil society come together to combat trafficking of women and children globally?

Target 5.2 of #SDG-5 on Gender Equality specifically addresses the issue of trafficking and calls for countries to,“Eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls in the public and private spheres, including trafficking and sexual and other types of exploitation.”

This goal conceives trafficking and exploitation as a form of gender discrimination and violence against women.

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This is an opportunity to #DemandChange and work alongside some of the most influential societal leaders of our time.

Shyam Parande, is Secretary General of Sewa International Bharat, a leading organisation which serves humanity in distress, aids local communities, and promotes volunteerism.

Dr. Achyuta Samanta, Member of Parliament from the State of Odisha, India, who founded the Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences, the World’s largest indigenous free University.

Dr. Praveen Kumar, a pioneering senior police officer & state Secretary, whose work in providing a full education for 160,000 disadvantaged children has recently been captured in the film Poorna.

Dr. Sunitha Krishnan, Ashoka Fellow, who has rescued and rehabilitated over 18,000 women and girls so far.                                                                                                                                       

Jane Sassienie, Global director of Bridge and founder member of Bridge Institute, designs and partnership, leadership and change around the world for corporations and communities.                               

P. Vijayan, is Inspector General, Police, Kerala, India. He leads acclaimed changemaking projects such as Students Police Cadets, positively impacting the lives of 800,000 students across India.

Mamta Borgoyary, CEO of FXB India Suraksha, a non-profit that directly benefits 500,000 women and children across 15 states in India

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