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The Dignity Project

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The Dignity Project envisions to establish a safe space for young women, where they are free to create their own personal expression through digital storytelling. We strive to raise awareness and build collective responsibility in the community. The mission of The Dignity Project is to empower young women to become agents of change. The ultimate goal is to end violence against women, protect women’s rights.

Expectations of the Program: The program is 4 consecutive weeks and the participants will learn explore themes of gender based violence in their communities and with the help of creative writing and videography experts develop their own stories using modern technology. 

This digital storytelling program is currently offered to the young women immigrants between the age of 15-21 residing in Queens and Brooklyn of South Asian origin (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka). The leadership program is free of cost. Travel, refreshments and equipment for the projects will be provided. 

*Being part of the program you will get a chance to win up to 300 USD prize money

Workshops every Saturday 10:30 AM - 04:30 PM
Program will run October 06 - October 27, 2018
Location: Lower East Side, Manhattan. Exact location to be disclosed only to the selected participants
Attendance in all 4 sessions is mandatory to receive a certificate and become an alumna of the program. 

Deadline for the application is October 1, 2018
Link to the application:

The Dignity Project is a New York based collaboration between The Kota AllianceAware Girls and Florence Montmare, supported by Eileen Fisher Community Partnerships.

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