16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence Global Campaign.

Join hands with us as we go on this journey of the 16 Days Activism campaign against Gender-Based Violence Global Campaign. We at North East Network are quite excited and thrilled with this event and we will be engaging women and youth from the districts in various activities such as wall painting, graffiti art, poster…

16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence!

Face Painting Competition !! Isn’t this exciting?? Inviting everyone to join and support us and also win exciting gift hampers too!!! Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. – Helen Keller North East Network and Faith Foundation Shillong join forces for the first time to observe the 16 Days of…

BAMBOO EXCHANGE LEARNING WORKSHOP

THEME: “Sustainability and Versatility of Bamboo” Ethnicity, culture, and tradition can help us find and connect with our roots. Understanding our ancestors and their practices during the ancient days can help us connect with them emotionally and spiritually. Understanding nature and the connection we have with our mother earth will surprise you in fact enduring.…

Celebrating Street Vendors Day

On the occasion of International Street Vendors Day, 14th November 2020, a Street Awareness Campaign was carried out by North East Network (NEN) Nagaland, in collaboration with Self Employed Women Association (SEWA) Nagaland. The campaign focused on sensitizing the Street vendors on Nagaland Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Rules 2019,…

Interface programme on Crimes against Women and Children in collaboration with Women’s Police, Nongstoin and Village Organisation

Violence against women and children is a serious public health concern, with costs at multiple levels of society. There is a growing concern over the rise of oppression against women in India over the years, especially during the Covid19 pandemic. India ranks 132 out of 148 countries in the Gender Equality Index published by the…

Support Daily Wage Workers.

Hope against Hope: NEN steps in The coronavirus outbreak was followed by a subsequent lockdown which has affected the entire informal economy including the tertiary sector. Women workers in this sector have been the most vulnerable during these trying times. Undoubtedly, this lockdown brought along the loss of employment, growing insecurity, anxiety, and other hardships…