Inspiring Indian Women UK, led by CEO Rashmi Mishra and Deputy Director Rajni Shah, recently organized a powerful event addressing the heart-wrenching matter of Dhara Shah, whose daughter was taken away by the German government. The event brought together a panel of esteemed speakers, including Dr. Ajay Kumar Pandey, an advocate at the Supreme Court of India, PRAYATHNA Kowitz, a disability and child rights activist, and Swati Jain, a self-made social entrepreneur and Facebook influencer. Vandana Khurana, a member of IIW, also contributed to the discussion.
The event was a platform for these women to come together and shed light on the crucial issue of child custody and rights. The speakers delved deep into the legal aspects of the case, shedding light on the intricacies of international laws and the complexities of fighting for justice across borders. Dr. Ajay Kumar Pandey provided valuable insights into the legal avenues available to mothers like Dhara Shah, offering a ray of hope and guidance for those in similar circumstances.
Prayathna Kowitz shared her experiences as a disability and child rights activist, emphasizing the importance of advocacy and raising awareness for cases like Dhara Shah’s. Her passionate plea for justice resonated deeply with the audience, highlighting the urgency of this cause.
Swati Jain, a self-made social entrepreneur and a Facebook influencer, brought a unique perspective to the discussion, emphasizing the power of social media in mobilizing support and amplifying voices. Her message of solidarity and support resonated with all in attendance, showcasing the potential for widespread impact through activism and advocacy on digital platforms.
Vandana Khurana, a dedicated member of IIW, provided valuable support and guidance, contributing to the event’s success and impact. Her commitment to the cause and her dedication to uplifting and supporting women facing similar challenges added a significant depth to the discussion.
The event organized by Inspiring Indian Women UK, under the inspiring leadership of Rashmi Mishra and Rajni Shah, was a profound and empowering platform for voices to be heard, stories to be shared, and solidarity to be fostered. It served as a reminder of the strength and resilience of women, as well as the importance of collective action in advocating for justice and rights. The speakers’ impassioned addresses and the audience’s unwavering support made it clear that unity and advocacy are powerful tools for change. It was a moving and impactful event that left a lasting impression on all who attended.