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Our school has a tradition of adopting social issues that are completely student led initiatives to raise students to be good human beings and make a difference in society through them. In the year 2015, we launched a campaign called 'Flawless Flaws' in support of acid attack survivors. Through our campaign we envision to make school students sensitive and empathetic towards acid attack survivors. We want to act as a bridge between survivors and the society as most of the victims of this brutal crime, which is much graver in its impact than a rape, have isolated themselves after losing parts of their body which are irreplaceable. We don’t want them to be discriminated against, at least at school level and want everyone starting from school children to stand up against such crimes.

The students of class IX-XI have been working on this project, guided by Acid Attack Survivors Women Welfare Foundation, India. ASWWF has been training students from classes IX-XI to be peer mentors, who have presented an informative ppt in front of the teachers as well as students from classes VII-XI. We have set up an informative board in our school to spread awareness about acid attacks and to keep our students updated. We also have a fund generation event during our PTMs where we sell articles made by our students to generate funds.

In this campaign, we don’t just believe in raising funds but also work on generating employment for the survivors. We are very proud to share that recently we got survivors employed in 5 star hotels like The Lalit New Delhi and Lemontree Bengaluru. We are in the process of grooming more survivors and getting them employed into respectful jobs.

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Session 2020-2021
 
Flawless Flaws Campaign went  live on Instagram on 30 May 2020

Flawless Flaws Campaign is going live on Instagram today at 7 PM with journalist turned social activist, Mr. Alok Dixit.
Our campaign head, Vaishnavi Pandey will be interviewing him live.

Alok Dixit is also the founder member of *Save Your Voice*, a movement against Internet censorship in India and *Stop Acid Attacks*, a campaign against acid violence. He is the founder of Sheroes Hangout and Chaanv Foundation. He was also in news recently because of the movie Chappak, where actor *Mr. Vikrant Massey* plays his real life role.


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Second Runners up position at the Youth Leadership Competition in the year 2019 by tGELF 
 
Our campaign has won (2nd runners up position) at the Youth Leadership Competition in the year 2019 by tGELF. Our campaign head, Vaishnavi Pandey of class X also won the 1st winner's title at the Spirit of Community Award by Pramerica in 2019 and she was to represent her country and school at Washington DC in May 2020. She has won this because of all the efforts made by her and her team for the welfare of acid attack survivors.
 
Presenting Nukkad Natak at Vigyan Bhawan on 30 November 2019

Students of Flawless Flaws campaign were invited to Vigyan Bhawan on 30th Nov 2019 by  Dr Vasanti , Director of NOTTO (National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization) to present Nukkad Natak on 'Organ Donation'. The event was to celebrate the 10th India Organ Donation Day which was attended by eminent personalities from Govt. of India like Dr. Harshvardhan, Union State Minister of Family & Welfare,Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey, State Minister of Family & Welfare, Dr Sanjay Tyagi, Director General Health Services and Dr Arun Kumar Panda, Secretary (MSME) & (H&FW). The students were also felicitated for their splendid performance by the chief guest and guest of honour (ministers).

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Tagoreans at RED FM making an urge  to society for employability of acid attack survivors
The student  team headed by Ms. Vedica Saxena  approached red FM to specially reach out to organisations and  through them to generate jobs for survivors of acid attack.
Their cause was aired live on RJ Swati show.

 
 
Tagoreans at studio of RED FM  promoting their campaign and creating awareness about the skin donation for acid attack survivors  on 11 October 2019 
Street play for generating awareness about the heinous crime and importance of skin donation at Cyberhub ,Gurugram on 31 August 2019
Nukkad Natak at Dilli Haat, Janak Puri on 23 August 2019

On 23rd Aug 2019, the theatre team of our school - ‘Team Awaam’ which consisted of students as young as 6 years old to XI grade performed a Nukkad Natak (street play) on the life of an acid attack survivor, Ms.Sonia. It focused on a hideous crime that led to an acid attack on her. Ms.Sonia’s story has inspired us and given us the courage to be bold and fearless! Acid attack survivors are vivid examples of courageous people in our society & country. We salute them bravery and wish to support them in every possible way. The street play was followed by a breath-taking and an enthralling beat boxing performance by the students for TISVV. The mass applauded the talent of the energetic students!

Our student Campaign head, Vaishnavi Pandey, talked about the facts and myths associated with Skin donation to spread awareness on the topic. It is very important for people to know what Skin donation is, what the process is and benefits of it to the survivors.

Through this campaign, we were successful in getting more than thirty pledge forms signed instantly. The parent body is a very important stakeholder of our campaign. They gave honest feedbacks, signed pledge forms willingly and even shared new ideas on how we could broaden our horizons. It was indeed an eventful day.

Session at BLK Hospital on 'Skin Donation Awareness ' on 14 August 2019

On, 14th August, some of our Flawless flaws campaign students visited BLK Hospital, for an hour long skin donation awareness campaign. There were about 40 attendees who were their staff of the medical team. The students shared a complete information ppt with them and cleared all myths and shared facts about skin donation. What was surprising was that being from medical field themselves, they were not aware of skin donation. We also got many pledge forms signed towards the end of the session. The entire session was very informative, from talking about Nukkad Nataks to Ninaad and poster pasting awareness campaign about skin donation, It was an eye opener for many. We also discussed our future plans with them and asked them to extend their support as a medical organization in spreading awareness in society.

Session on Skin Donation  on 17th July 2019

A skin donation session was organized for our flawless flaws campaign members (from classes 9th to 11th) on 17th July 2019. The resource person was Lt Col Gunjan Malhotra MBBS, MS (Obs & Gynae) Classified specialist (Obs & Gynae), HOD Obs& Gynae (Armed Forces Clinic, New Delhi, Assistant Professor ( Armed Forces Medical College, Delhi Cantt ).

The session was focused on how skin harvesting is carried out, what are all the procedure that is required for skin donation, about organ & tissue donation, who can donate. She also discussed in length about myths and facts about it. the session also included about skin banks , activity of skin bank and retrieval of tissues. Some case studies were also discussed and how the skin is transported and transplanted on to the burn injury persons. Importance of pledging your skin as a donor was discussed too.
 
The project of the school featured in the May-June 2019 edition of 'Beyond Classroom'

The above magazine publishes articles and news about schools across Delhi and features splendid work that they are involved in . Our school is proud to have been featured in this magazine and extensive report on the work done by school and students since the inception of the project  has been featured on full two pages.

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The Wonder Women World
Our Flawless Flaws Campaign is spreading across social media through an online platform called 'the wonder women world'.
Through this platform and opportunity, we wish to reach out to as many people in the society as possible. Hence request if you could like, comment, share this video amongst your family and friends on either WhatsApp or your social media handles like Facebook. Alternatively, you can copy paste this link/msg on various groups that you're a part of.
We are running a mini campaign in association with this online platform for this week of May 2019. Everyday, you will watch our students share the campaign on various topics related to this cause. From breaking myths about skin donation to raising funds, we are sharing it all with the world.
 
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NINAAD- a fund raising cultural event for the acid attack survivors was held in school on 27 April 2019
Photography by,
Manya Kamath X
 
 
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