Five Days of Violence Prevention | Satish Kumar Singh
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Satish Kumar Singh


Satish Kumar Singh is the Additional Director of “Centre for Health and Social Justice” based in Delhi, India. Satish is among the founding members of various national and global networks on work with men for gender equality like Forum to Engage Men (FEM), Men’s Action for Stopping Violence Against Women (MASVAW) at the national level; South Asian Network to Address Masculinities (SANAM) and MenEngage Global Alliance at the international level. He is facilitator for FEM network (Forum to Engage Men: A national alliance for working with men and boys for gender equality and elimination of gender-based violence). Satish has been instrumental in setting up the work with men in various states of India like Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, West Bengal and even Jharkhand. He was associated with SAHAYOG a Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh (U.P.) based organisation that works as a resource organisation on women’s health, human rights and gender equality. He is one of the founder members and treasurers of SAHAYOG.

Over the past 30 years, Satish has imparted trainings on gender sensitisation, sexuality, violence against women, sexual and gender-based violence, masculinity, male involvement in women’s empowerment, etc., and has worked with community based organisations, youth and adolescents. He has also contributed to developing many training manuals for working with men and boys on gender equality.

Satish started being active in this kind of work in 1983 when he joined the Gandhian Movement for Social Justice as a trainer and campaigner.

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