Gender Transformative Training

GTI specializes in contextualised gender discourse. We conduct training’s that span from 1 hour to a couple of days, depending on the subjects and the training participants. Our gender discourses are enlivened with theory, audio-visual tools, activities and dynamic interpersonal discussion. GTI is a veteran in gender training’s to the corporate sector, development and the public sector, since the 1990s. GTI is the training wing of Centre for Social Research that is led by Dr. Ranjana Kumari. Dr. Kumari has been pioneering gender movement in India since 1970s. She started the gender movement from Benares and became the leading voice for women empowerment since then. She is the author of nine books on gender and holds a Doctorate Degree from Jawaharlal Nehru University on Political Science.

GTI believes in customizing training content as per the target group, domain and the organizational requirement. We conduct a pre-training assessment by interacting with the representatives of the organization where the gender training is planned and we also administer a post-training assessment to measure the efficacy of the discourse of gender and to fine-tune the same for further improvement. GTI has trained individuals and group organizations from a range of professional sectors, including government officials, educators, law enforcement officials, international development specialist, corporate agents and non-profit actors.

Should your organization / institution be interested, please get in touch with us through social media or write to us at [email protected]

Testimonials

Clients

International / supranational Institutions and OrganisationsGovernment of India
  1. Indian Labour Organization (ILO)
  2. United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF)
  3. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
  4. UN WOMEN
  5. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
  6. The European Union
  7. Department For International Development (DFID)
  8. ICCO (Formerly Inter-Church Organisation for Development Cooperation)
  9. Hanns Seidel Foundation
  10. Embassy of Germany in New Delhi

 

  1. Ministry of Women and Child Development
  2. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
  3. Ministry of External Affairs
  4. National Human Rights Commission – NHRC
  5. Central Industrial Security Force
  6. National Disaster Response Force
  7. National Academy for Research and Training in Social Security
  8. National Academy for Statistical Analysis
  9. National Postal Academy
  10. National Institute for Disaster Management
  11. Haryana Institute of Public Administration
  12. National Institute of Defence Estates Management
  13. Employees State Insurance Corporation

 

Corporate Sector

Civil Sector
  1. Aircel – Mobile network operator company
  2. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry – FICCI
  3. Pizza Hut
  4. Xilinx – Semiconductor manufacturing company
  5. Yamaha Motor Company
  6. Power Trading Corporation
  7. TIMES OOH
  8. TIMDAA (Delhi Airport Advertisement Agency)
  9. Sight Savers India
  10. Institute of Cost Accountants India
  11. Population Services International
  12. Tata Power Ltd.
  13. Group M
  1. Deepalaya
  2. Jagori
  3. Lawyers Collective
  4. Food & Agriculture Organisation of the United States
  5. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
  6. Deepalaya
  7. Toxic Links
  8. Sight Savers
Law Enforcing AgenciesEducation Sector
  1. Central Reserve Police
  2. Customs & Central Excise
  3. State Police – Delhi, Jammu (Samba), Karnataka (Bengaluru), Goa (Crime Branch, Ribandar), Manipur, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan
  4. Judiciary
  5. National Inspection & Monitoring Committee
  6. State Police Academies
  1. Ambedkar University Delhi
  2. Deen Dayal College
  3. Jamia Millia Islamia
  4. IDBI Bank
  5. Delhi University
  6. Sri RamaChandra Medical University

ICC Committees

It is matter of culmination of CSR advocacy efforts when the Surrogacy Bill was passed in the Parliament this year. In its look out for ensuring safe work places for women through being active members of Internal Complaints Committees (ICCs) of different organizations/ institutions constituted under the Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2013. CSR is also actively participating as member in the Central Supervisory Body (CSB), State Advisory Bodies (SABs) of Delhi & Haryana and District Advisory Committees (DACs) of Delhi created under the PC/PNDT Act.Representation of CSR in the Internal Complaints Committee on Sexual Harassment at workplace :
  1. Central Bureau of Investigation
  2. Reserve Bank of India
  3. Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
  4. Directorate (Medical) Delhi, E.S.I. Scheme
  5. ESIC Dental College & Hospital (Rohini)
  6. Employees State Insurance Model Hospital (Fridabad)
  7. ESI Hospital (Basaidarapur)
  8. Office of the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts, Ministry of Defence, GoI
  9. Technology Development Board, Ministry of Science & Technology, GoI
  10. Dept. of Agriculture, Cooperation & Farmers Welfare, Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare
  11. Directorate General Border Security Office, Ministry of Home Affairs, GoI
  12. Central Industrial Security Force
  13. Director General of Civil Aviation head office
  14. Director General of Civil Aviation(North)
  15. Delhi Jal Board
  16. YWCA of Delhi
  17. Delhi Police (CICC) Head quarters
  18. Directorate of Heath service Govt. of NCT of Delhi ( South Dehli)
  19. ESI Hospital Okhla
  20. ESIC Head Quarters
  21. HCl ( Santoor Hotel)
  22. DCP Delhi Police Kingsway camp
  23. Snapdeal
  24. Freecharge
  25. Ministry of Agricultre and Farmer’s Welfare
  26. ICAR
  27. Ministry of Defense
  28. Ministry of External Affairs
  29. Ministry of Electronics, Information and Communication