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Thanks to your support, female sex workers regained control of their futures during our two-day workshop, offering a safe space to learn self-defense and advocate for their rights.
Participants engaged in deep discussions and shared strategies to work together against harmful laws and customs.
Also, women shared stories of social stigma and lamented about the vulnerability of their children to trafficking.
Discussions highlighted the brutal effects of trafficking on many young girls, such as risk of illiteracy, early pregnancy, disease, and death.
A three-year-old girl and a seven-year-old girl were allegedly sexually assaulted and killed in two separate incidents in the past two weeks.
On Saturday, a three-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted, killed and dumped near Thiruvottiyur.
My dream is to ensure Chennai [is] without violence against female sex workers. How we’re solving this: Training sex workers in self-defense, while pressuring government officials to pass and uphold legislation criminalizing violence against sex workers.
Media training ensured that each woman has the tools to chisel away the social stigma she faces in daily life.
To date, IFPEC has trained 100 children of sex workers on how to prevent trafficking, or entering sex work themselves.
IFPEC assists women to gain strength, knowledge, and skills to claim their rights and ultimately change their lives.
We also wish we had planned a long-term media advocacy program.
Budget On September 26 and 27 2013, Indira Female Peer Educators Collective (IFPEC) conducted a workshop for two days to identify the challenges and develop strategies to overcome violence against female sex workers in Chennai.IFPEC will provide self-defense karate classes running every two-weeks throughout the year and violence prevention workshops to a total of over 1,000 female sex workers in Chennai and surrounding neighborhoods.