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Majlis Manch

Help sexual abuse victims
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Help women stand up against domestic violence
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Last audited December 2018
Majlis Manch is a Public Trust and an NGO headed by renowned Advocate and Women's Rights Activist, Flavia Agnes. Majlis started in 1991 as a response to a growing need for lawyers with a gender perspective who are dedicated to evolving innovative legal practices to defend women's rights. Majlis had started by providing legal support and guidance to women facing domestic violence to access their rights and pursue justice in courts. They further extended support to women and child victims of sexual violence as well as sexual harassment at the workplace. They are also involved in training, research, campaigns, and publications on issues concerning violence against women and children. They work to demystify laws and make them accessible to judges, lawyers, prosecutors, police, NGOs and other government and non-government representatives and most importantly, to women themselves. The broad categories of their programs are as follows: Litigation Rahat (for sexual violence, domestic violence, and social support) Training and Awareness Policy interventions and public campaigns Networking Publications on women's legal rights and Research
Leadership Audrey Dmello
Support for mental, physical and psychological disorders,Care provided to support daily needs of the vulnerable
Majlis Legal Centre, through its program 'Rahat' provides socio-legal support to victims of sexual and domestic abuse. In the first response, the all-women team of lawyers and social workers meets victims and understands their needs, offers legal consultation and presents them with the pre-litigation and litigation options available as well as the pros and cons of their case. Documents, procedures, and processes are explained to them so that they can take an informed decision. The survivor is informed about the availability of legal services, public & private schemes such as shelter, education, medical, legal aid, etc. Further legal help is also given as required in the case. Donations to this program will be used for legal documentation and processes expenses as well as personnel salaries of lawyers fighting for sexual violence victims. When you donate to this program, your help will ensure that the domestic violence victims have access to lawyers who will fight for them.

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