1 Day Workshop on Sexual Harassment at the Workplace by Partners for Law in Development


Monday, 24th August, 2015

Partners for Law in Development (PLD) will be conducting a 1-day workshop on sexual harassment at the workplace on Monday, 24 August 2015 in Delhi. This workshop aims to equip institutions/ officials on key principles, responsibilities, procedures, steps necessary for implementing the statutory obligations under the law. It is primarily organised for social sector organisations and formations – NGOs, collectives, research centres, movements, social workers and activists who are tasked with duties to implement the law.

The workshop will be interactive, with space to for queries and practical problems, conflicts of law, and areas of confusion. It will give special attention to the roles of the employers, the Internal Complaints Committees (ICC), the Board members – providing practical knowledge on inquiry procedures, the rights and remedies. We invite applications specially from:

  1. Members of Internal Complains Committees
  2. Board members and management of an organization
  3. Personnel from the human resource department
  4. Persons tasked with prevention and redressal duties within organizations
  5. Persons working in the non-profit sector on the issue of sexual harassment at the workplace

The workshop will be conducted by:

Ms. Geetha Ramaseshan: Lawyer based in Chennai, with more than 30 years of practice in constitutional, criminal, civil, labour and matrimonial law      and

Ms. Madhu Mehra: Lawyer/ Executive Director of Partners for Law in Development, with 20 years of experience in individual and organisational capacity development, research and activism on laws relating to women.

The registration fee for the workshop is Rs.1000/- per participant, payable in advance, and will cover costs of a resource pack and meals.

To register, fill in the attached registration form and email it to by August 14, 2015. The workshop has limited seats, so interested persons are encouraged to register early.