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Swathi Nyaya Sanjeevni: Creating a best practice to stop violence against women

January 1, 1970

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Swathi Nyaya Sanjeevini (SNS) was conceived in 2005 and involved the sex worker community to address issues related to violence and harassment experienced and witnessed by women in sex work. SNS also conducts sensitization programs for the perpetrators of the violence. The following is a report by Swasti Health Resource Center in partnership with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and sheds light on SNS and the work it does. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1188FNSlU1-tZJuSXx9Q5ikoW9xlS76y2/view   Download Pdf
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