Help the world’s most famous crew of teenage rape survivors turned self-defense trainers build an Academy with many youth leadership programs to shape the future of their entire region, and enjoy the benefits as partner and guest.
The Red Brigade are a crew of child and teenage rape survivors that have trained themselves in diverse self-defense techniques to put an end to epidemic abuse, rape, harassment and murder of girls and women in homes, schools, temples and on the streets. They train girls, change laws and views on girls, have trained 30,000 girls, gained trust of teachers, administration, police and public, army officers send their wives to get trained.
They are awesome, because their badass rockstar flair inspires youth all over Earth, teams have sparked in a dozen North Indian cities, they are their state’s largest youth leadership community and their scope of activities has grown to include education, hunger and poverty reduction, job training and entrepreneurship.
They deserve our help, because their model can impact millions more in India, shape the future of entire regions girls and women from other continents ask for their help to protect themselves.
We seek to realize their dream of a Self-defense Academy with training and de-traumatization rooms, classrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, guestrooms, children and youth library, arts programs, tailor and youth leadership training centre connected with schools and partners around the globe, shaping their region’s future. The land is acquired, construction costs $70,000 and donors get to name what they manifest 🙂
5.000,00 € or more
Name the room you help build
1st Online Self-Defense Training for youth abroad
<p>Their early vision of expanding beyond their home region is beginning to manifest – we are proud to be part of their story by connecting them with young community organizers in Africa desperate for non-formal ways that work … to make relevant positive changes for girls in a hostile environment … to enable self-organized training and campaigning among their peers and at schools … connected with a global tribe of allies … with global schools … and their stories told in YL Magazine, social media and news media. </p><span class="et_bloom_bottom_trigger"></span><span class="et_social_bottom_trigger"></span>