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Anvay (अन्वय) - A Global Dialogue on Harassment & Discrimination, Dec 08 – 09, 2023. Register Now! Be one of the 500+ attendees, engage with 100+ speakers, and collaborate with 50+ partners for a positive future. Read More...

Our aim is to provide 360 degrees Solutions against Bullying, Harassment & Discrimination and promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging.

Harassment, Discrimination and Bullying are pervasive issues that affect individuals across the World in various settings be it schools, workplaces, homes, public spaces or online platforms.

As per a 2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) Report

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one in five people in employment experienced violence and harassment at work
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employed individuals said they experienced psychological violence and harassment in their working life
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faced physical violence and harassment, with more men than women experiencing this

Many may not fully understand the different forms of harassment, their impact on individuals, or the long-term consequences. Further, such topics are considered ‘taboo’ topics across several parts of the world making it further difficult to bring such issues to the forefront.

The Legal Swan is managed and supported by 20+ professionals

We provides end to end solutions in this regard

POSH at Work

Empanelled by Ministry of Women & Child Development, Govt. of India

The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act and Rules, 2013 (“Law”) mandates every Employer to “provide a safe working environment at the workplace which shall include safety from the persons coming into contact at the workplace” (Section 19 (a)).

All organizations (whether public or private) having 10 or more employees (whether permanent, temporary, ad-hoc, consultants, interns or contract workers irrespective of gender) are mandated under Law to comply with certain requirements laid down under the POSH Act. This Law also lays down the redressal mechanism wherein the aggrieved person can file a sexual harassment complaint with the Internal Committee of the organization.


‘RESPEKT’ is a Greek work for the term ‘Respect’. Respect is commonly understood as a positive feeling or action shown towards someone or something to show that they are valued and held in high regard. At The Legal Swan, we believe that Respect is the key to all healthy relationships (be it personal or professional), effective communication, and harmonious coexistence in society.

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