She Leads, a joint initiative of Stree Shakti – The Parallel Force (based by Rekha Mody), Indian School of Democracy (based by Hemakshi Meghnani) and Political Shakti (based by Tara Krishnaswamy) held Certificate Distribution Ceremony on Friday, March seventeenth, 2023 in New Delhi on completion of coaching of their third cohort.
“In Indian Democracy girls have a particular function to play. As very important voters, girls’s calls for are being met by political events like free journey in public transport. We are aspiring for the Golden Period: Voting to Leading”, says Rekha Mody founder of Stree Shakti – The Parallel Force.
Supported by Chevening Scholarship, She Leads is a collective effort to strengthen girls political management. The occasion was held at Multipurpose Hall, Kamaladevi Complex, India International Centre, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi. In their third cohort that was held from February twenty second to February twenty sixth, 2023 they skilled 50 aspiring girls leaders in political area from 18 states of India.
Eminent audio system on the third cohort have been Sushmita Dev MP (AITC), Bandana Kumari MLA (AAP), Mahima Singh (Spokesperson INC), Tara Krishnaswamy (Political Shakti), Charu Pragya (Media BJP), Prithvi Reddy (Spokesperson AAP) who shared their journey, challenges and breakthroughs to encourage aspiring girls politicians.
Safina Baig (Chairperson J&Ok Hajj Committee and Chairperson DDC Baramulla) remarked, “I congratulate She Leads for taking over such an vital initiative. It is important that ladies be thought-about in the choice making course of in the parliament as payments are handed there.“
Mahima Singh, Advocate at Supreme Court of India and Congress Spokesperson mentioned, “I linked with She Leads in 2021 and am a graduate of their first cohort. I notice that what She Leads is doing for girls is extraordinarily essential as in an area like politics one wants applicable steering of ideas and channelizing of energies in the proper route. She Leads does precisely that because it provides a route to your ambition. I feel each aspiring lady political chief should discover their programmes for a brighter future.”
Rekha Mody, who urges each lady to seek out her footing in their chosen area shared her ideas, “Even after 75 years of independence India Has 14% of elected girls representatives in the nationwide Parliament, solely forward of Sri Lanka (5.3%) and Maldives (4.7%). It is a matter of nice concern that Nagaland just lately elected Hekani Jhakalu as their first lady MLA! We are devoted in the direction of serving to girls pave their profession in political area and have efficiently skilled 100 girls from 18 states of India in our first and second cohort collectively since February 2021.”