Conference on Global Dialogue on Harassment and Discrimination by Women Inspiring Network & ANVAY

Women Inspiring Network (WIN), a distinguished advocate for women's empowerment and equality has partnered with ANVAY, a global platform dedicated to addressing the pervasive issues of harassment and discrimination. This collaboration marks a significant milestone as it coincides with the commemoration of a decade of the implementation of the POSH law.  


The central theme of the conference Global Dialogue on Harassment and Discrimination revolves around the vital issues of harassment and discrimination. With 14 panel topics addressing specific sub-topics such as women's safety, child safety, the well-being of young adults, and the role of universities, the event promises to provide a comprehensive exploration of these crucial subjects. 


The ANVAY Global Dialogue, a two-day conference and dream project culminating on the 10th anniversary of the POSH law, will bring together expert contemporaries and voices from prestigious institutions and organizations worldwide. Representatives from the United Nations, UNICEF, National Commission for Women (NCW), Harvard University, various ministries, judiciary, and professionals from diverse backgrounds in India and abroad will convene to engage in critical conversations. 

“WIN is honoured to be a media partner for the ANVAY Global Dialogue contributing to this impactful initiative. This partnership is a testament to WIN's steadfast commitment to advancing women's rights and fostering a world free from discrimination.” said Stuti Jalan, Founder of Women Inspiring Network. 

ANVAY's global reach will be further exemplified by Video Insights from experts spanning the globe, representing countries including Pakistan, Nepal, Kenya, Indonesia, the USA, the UK, and Australia. This inclusive approach underscores the universality of the issues at hand and emphasizes the necessity for a collaborative international effort to effect meaningful change. 

"This dialogue is one with a cause and for a cause," stated Divya, Chief Quality Officer (Social Media), The Legal Swan "Our primary objective is to create awareness around 'taboo' topics, fostering an environment conducive to open and honest discussions about harassment and discrimination." 

There will be speakers from different areas of works who will share their distinguished opinions on thought-provoking panels.  A few of the speaker names are listed below:  

Rachel DiBella- Associate Director, Strategic Prevention Initiatives, Office for Gender Equity, Harvard University  

Arvind Rao- Advocate, Supreme Court of India, Legal Counsel – Constitution, Disability Rights & Accessibility  

Nina Jane Patel- Co-Founder, Kabuni, United Kingdom  

Ju’Riese Colόn- Chief Executive Officer, U.S. Centre for SafeSport  

Priyanka Chirimar- Founder at Action Against Prohibited Conduct, United Kingdon  

Eleanor Manley- Co-Founder at Metta Space (Techstars '23), Spain 

Bradley Poynting- Child Safeguarding & Child Protection Consultant, Poynting Consulting & Advisory and Australian Red Cross  

Matt Skallerud- LGBTQ+ Marketing, Advertising, PR & Social Media, World's Leading LGBTQ+ Global Media Company, United States 

Kate Jenkins AO- Chair, Creative Workplaces Council, Former Australian Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission 

Sujata Nabar- DGM - Ethics & Governance, Mahindra Group 

Dr. Charlene Doak-Gebauer- Founder/Chair Internet Sense First, Founder and Chair the AICET Council, Global Chair Childcare and Protection, G100 

Luiza Drummond Veado- Human Rights and Gender Specialist, SOGIESC Expert, New York, United States 

Date: 08th & 09th December 2023 | Time: 10AM IST to 6PM IST 

Location: Virtual conference | Registration Link:  

For further information about the ANVAY Global Dialogue, including registration details and a complete list of distinguished speakers, please visit 

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