JAGORI is committed to ensuring an enabling, dignified and equitable work environment for every employee, and therefore has a zero tolerance policy on sexual harassment.
The primary objective of this policy is the protection of employees from sexual harassment by colleagues or third parties.
In cases where harassment is reported, this policy is aimed at ensuring fast and fair investigation to provide justice and redressal to the complainant as well as appropriate disciplinary action against the perpetrator if harassment is proved.
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Legal Disclaimer for Counselling and Support
One of JAGORI’s key programmes is support and referral services for survivors of violence. Certain guidelines regarding counseling services and the ambit of work are given below.
Guidelines for the Internship programme
JAGORI is instituting an ongoing volunteer internship programme which enables young women’s rights activists and researchers to gain experience and contribute to JAGORI’s mission of advancing women’s rights. Interns should commit to a minimum four month-period in order to gain valuable exposure to a wide range of women’s human rights issues in the country.