Sunita lead the program of “Meri Pahchan Mera Adhikar” as a women leaders, she conduct the energise activities. I would like share the stage play which the theme was “Your protection, does not protect me”, she played the role of her husband and she was trying to show the mind-set of patriarchal society who stopped the development of women. She wear the paint and shirt and never ever forgotten her ‘Pagadi’. That time she was not stop and broken the rule of ‘Ghughant’. Sunita played the beautiful stage show in front of man (male dominated society) and raise the voice behalf of all women. Without hiding any facts and hiding feelings, now she talks openly on the issue of women.
Deprived Education for Children living in Urban Poverty (Deprivation & Slum, Migrant and Streets Children) Neelam Patel General Secretary Pragati Path Foundation Abstract The existences of slums are prevalent not only in India but throughout the world in other countries also such as China, Japan, Korea and so forth. The main objective of this research paper is to focus upon the educational opportunities available for the slum’s children in India. What is their lifestyle and how does acquiring of education influence their living. The main areas that have been emphasized upon in this research paper are existence of slum areas and population, problems faced by the slum’s children in achieving elementary education, understanding of significance of education by the slum’s children, objectives to endorse education amongst the slum’s children and factors affecting the demand and supply of education amongst the slum’s children. Slum areas in India are in a very un