POSH Workshops at SHLC

SHLC workshopsPOSH virtual training for students and young working professionals

Safe workplaces and campuses

Capacity building workshop for Internal Committee members at Higher Educational Institutes The object of IC members workshop is comprehensive learning on the POSH Act, to scale up the knowledge of cell members and build utmost confidence in them for administration


Workshop dates 7th September- 14th SeptemberClick here to enroll

Presenting the first of its kind capacity building workshop for Internal Committee members at Higher Educational Institutes. The training will equip you on the reading and application of the Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace Act 

(Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) 2013  and the UGC (Prevention, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women employees and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015. The POSH Act and the regulation have to be read together whenever POSH mechanisms are setup -when preventive, prohibitive and redressal mechanisms are put in place in any higher educational institution. 

 

The UGC Regulation is specifically designed keeping in mind the needs of HEIs, like gender-neutral protection of all students keeping in mind their vulnerability, recognising actions to be taken depending on the harasser; action under service rules for employees and disciplinary action against students.

The Act and the regulation give wide scope to the IC of the HEI and  would include the following cases where-

(a) a teacher sexually harasses another teacher;

(b) a student sexually harasses a co-student; 

(c) harassment of students by peers from outside the limits of the HEI, like in case of fests;

(d) where a teacher sexually harasses a student, on account of the hierarchical relationship; and 

(e) a student sexually harasses a teacher.

A number of queries arise in the context of sexual harassment at the campus, such as what if the sexual harassment took place outside the campus? What does a vulnerable group imply? What is the procedure to file a complaint against a student/teacher, in case of sexual harassment? What if the Chairperson doesn’t register the complaint?What if there is a violation of the guidelines?

SHLC workshopsPOSH virtual training for students and young working professionals

Safe workplaces and campuses

Capacity buildingClick here to enroll

Registrations open for the second batch of the POSH virtual training for students and young working professionals. The training aims to build capacity among students and young working professionals. 

This one of a kind training aimed at building an understanding on the Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace Act (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) 2013  and the UGC (Prevention, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women employees and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015. Specifically customised to build fundamental concepts on the prevention of sexual harassment at the workplace and build capacity for participants to have hands on practical knowledge on creating safe workplaces.  

Workshop trainers: Ms. Aparajita Amar and Ms. Koeli mandal

Workshop dates: 28th August- 4th September

Fill this form: https://forms.gle/3ARDPzyzpisR1ghL8 and we will get back to you with registration details 

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