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Vaahini

A network to empower women

Theme: Women's Rights and Responsibilities

In early March we observed the International Women's Day. This is one day when we sit back and assess where we as a country stand in empowering our women. Equal rights for women is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its preamble, fundamental rights, fundamental duties and directive principles. We have laws, development policies and actual programs aimed at achieving this goal. We are perhaps one of the few countries who have had a woman prime minister, president and even women setting new milestones in every career. But we still have a long way to go before progress actually percolates down to rural India. We are still struggling with developing a culture where a woman is acknowledged for her strengths, respected for her contribution and equipped to achieve her best.

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'Vaahini' is a networking forum for professional
women, enabled by Accenture. This offers an
opportunity for you, as a career woman to learn,
share, and empower yourself and others. You will find
truly inspiring stories, exchange of ideas, discussions
and debate on thought provoking subjects and the
opportunity to build leadership skills through
on-ground initiatives with industry leaders and peers
from organizations. Build your career as a high
performer!

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