Today, women empowerment is not just a word but a movement in itself. A movement that has become a rage among youth. It’s a voice that transcends languages as well as has found its roots in fashion, style and popular culture. When it emerged, it was trying to find solution to the quintessential problems concerning women like discrimination, disrespect, inequality, in simple sense finding hope under a long chain of burden of moral compass, societal accord and everyone’s liability to teach women how to conduct themselves in different settings of society.
Today it’s a river of emotion symbolizing a clench fist. A representation of liberation from any and everyone who feels liable to judge women, their actions and their worth as these have been overshadowed by unnerving confident successful women who have broken outside any judgement they have been put under. The government has also understood the gravity of the issue and has worked out their schemes like Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana (2015), Mahila-E-Haat (2016), Mahila Shakti Kendra (2017), each dropped as the fruit of hope to change the direction of pressing inequality.
National Organisation For Social Empowerment or National NGO is a non-profit organization based in Tughlakabad, Delhi. The organization is doing its best so that the light on the subjects related to women empowerment burns brighter every day. “For this, we have been at forefront for providing every necessary help and support to empower underprivileged women- “from within” ever since our birth in 2012. Our latest Vocational Training Centre initiative has been to provide education through vocational courses to educate and mold underprivileged women and girls into a workforce that is a valuable asset to them and their family” said, Mr. Amandeep Singh, Founder of the organization.