Shruti Kapoor is a speaker for UN women and the founder of Sayfty. Sayty is an organisation that educates, equips and empowers women and girls against all forms of violence by training young women and girls in self-defence.
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Topics discussed and organisations/events mentioned in this episode:
- Why Shruti Kapoor founded Sayfty and how she became involved with UN women
- New Delhi gang rape
- UN youth network for gender equality
- Commission on the Status of Women youth (see link below)
- Youth agency UN women
- How do you change age old beliefs and stereotypes
- A moment that changed how Shruti looks at things
- Breaking a brick with bare hands by changing your mental attitude
- Restricting ourselves by our limiting beliefs
- People extraordinaire, where inspiring women are interviewed
- The quote that helps Shruti to keep going
More about Sayfty
More about Shruti
Youth CSW61 Online Consultation link (open for youth aged 18 – 35yrs): https://www.
More about PAVE
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