Advocacy & Networking

AALI’s Advocacy & Networking programme engages with key stakeholders, including civil society organizations, the media and government authorities, to further awareness and understanding of the law and press for state accountability for the realization of women’s human rights. AALI’s advocacy efforts include the development of a broad range of linkages, strategic alliances, and responses at several levels. Moreover, the Advocacy & Networking programme has played a critical role in clarifying the link between violence and women’s rights and raising the visibility of the right to choice issue among the state and media.

AALI’s Advocacy & Networking team engages with individuals and organizations at the grassroots while simultaneously seeking to build partnerships and influence actors operating within state, national, and international forums. In this way, in its advocacy and networking efforts AALI acts as a go-between for local organizations and individuals, which often lack the capacity to influence policy and decision-making at the governmental level. In addition, the Advocacy & Networking team organizes and supports media campaigns and negotiates with stakeholders for greater implementation of women’s human rights.

At the international level, AALI has carried out lobbying efforts for the effective development and implementation of human rights instruments in protecting women’s rights. To this end, AALI has formed part of the advocacy team for International Women’s Rights Action Watch – Asia Pacific, and in the past aided IWRAW-AP in drafting the Optional Protocols to CEDAW and ICESCR. AALI additionally completed a research report on the rights of women in relation to marriage for the years 1998 to 2003, carried out in conjunction with IWRAW-AP.

Statewide and locally, AALI has focused on advocacy with human rights institutions, the judiciary, and the police, often drafting likeminded organizations, the media, educational institutions, and professional lawyers to raise visibility for issues important to women. Such interventions occur on a continuing basis and form an integral part of AALI’s professional vision. The efforts of the Advocacy & Networking team have enabled AALI to collectively challenge the state and present the organization’s demands within an evidence-based rights framework.

Primary activities undertaken by the Advocacy & Networking programme include:

  • Fact-findings and campaigns
  • Working with the media and state
  • Legislative and legal advocacy
  • Forging partnerships at various levels, including internationally, to raise the profile of women’s human rights issues and enable local access to gains made

To contact the Advocacy and Networking team, please click here.

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AALI Directly Intervenes in the Following Concerns of Human Rights Violations
  • Women’s right to choice and decision making in sexual relationships
  • “Honour” Related Killing/ Suicide
  • Rape and other forms of sexual violence (Child Sexual Abuse)
  • Sexual Harassment at Workplace
  • Acid Attack
  • Domestic Violence
  • Forced Marriage (Child Marriage)
  • Women’s Right to Mobility
  • Trafficking of women
  • “Witch” Hunting
आली द्वारा दिए गए प्रशिक्षण के बाद मुझे अपने काम मे बहुत फायदा मिला है, बाल यौन हिंसा के एक केस मे मदद करने के दौरान मामले की एफ. आई. आर. दर्ज करवाते समय पुलिस से बात करने के बाद पुलिस ने पोक्सो एक्ट की धाराएँ एफ. आई. आर. मे जोड़ी, प्रशिक्षण मे मिली कानून की जानकारी से मुझे यह हिम्मत मिली. आली द्वारा प्रशिक्षण मे दी गई सन्दर्भ सामग्री बहुत उपयोगी है इसे हम पुलिस और वकीलों के साथ इंटरफ़ेस के दौरान साथ ले कर जाते है वहा बातचीत करते समय यह हमे विटामिन की तरह उर्जा देती है.
गायत्रीप्रतिभागी - महिला मानवधिका व पैरोकारी क्षमता वर्धन प्रशिक्षण (2014)जन विकास केन्द्र, अम्बेडकरनगर, ऊo प्रo