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LISAA School of Design, a premier fashion school joins hands with NGO Durga to organize self–defence workshop for the students to mark International Women’s Day on 6th March, 2020 at its campus. The workshop will devise interesting methods to help women understand behavior use their judgement and respond to inappropriate behavior. They will implement the influence of theatre to convey the spirit of active deterrence in women.
“Theatre based workshop by Durga will help our students to learn essentials required to detect and deter harassment by forging an atmosphere that ignites courage and nurtures capability with an undefeatable spirit”, says Avi Keswani, Director, LISAA School of Design.
“Our workshop with the students of LISAA School of Design will focus on enabling them to understand the seriousness and sensitivity of the issues and how they can participate to contribute”, says Priya Varadarajan, Founder-Managing Trustee, Durga
It will create a constructive environment where heart to heart dialogues will be shared and cold stares will be replaced with warm encouragement. Together with men, they will discuss and deliberate ways to resolve sexual harassment and will further help other women discover their potential in doing so.
LISAA School of Design is a premier Design institute over 35 years of existence in France. The aim of LISAA School of Design is to nurture their students to become not only technically professional but also be sensitive to the aesthetics, culture and spiritual ethos of the society for whom they design. Spread across 11 locations globally, LISAA School of Design is built on heritage, excellence and opportunities. It was set up in India in 2013 with state-of-the-art infrastructure and campus in Bangalore.