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5 things Franklin Joseph learned from Nobel Peace Prize winner ‘Bhaishaeb’ Kailash Satyarthi
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5 things Franklin Joseph learned from Nobel Peace Prize winner ‘Bhaishaeb’ Kailash Satyarthi

The fit memory of meeting Kailash Satyarthi - 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner was with my fit interview for the job as a Creative Director in Global March against Child Labour (GM).After Alam, the in-charge of GM finished with the preliminary interview, I visited Bhaishaeb Kailash Satyarthi office fit time in 1997.I worked with GM for more than 7 years full-time and part-time till the time I left Delhi.I have given many interviews before but never a chairperson of organisations like Bachpan Bachao Andolan and GM has greeted me with a big wide infectious smile - that was my fit impression of Bhaishaeb Kailash Satyarthi. He did not ask me anything technical, but asked me what all can I do to help the website of GM.Impressed by my vision of what I wanted this website to become, I joi...
93.5 Red FM Radio features Franklin Joseph Interview as a specialist on Women Safety
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93.5 Red FM Radio features Franklin Joseph Interview as a specialist on Women Safety

Franklin Joseph Interview on 93.5 FM Radio RJ DishaCEO and Chief Instructor of Franklin Joseph Krav-Maga Self-Defense Academy, BangaloreAsked to mention 3 Tips for Women Self Defense93.5 Red FM Radio features Franklin Joseph, Chief Instructor and CEO of Franklin Joseph Krav-Maga Self-Defense Academy, interview as a specialist in Krav Maga Bangalore, India Instructor as well as a Specialist on Women Safety Psychological Empowerment after the ATM robbery and knife attack on a women
Franklin Joseph quotes on women’s safety initiatives offered by cab companies
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Franklin Joseph quotes on women’s safety initiatives offered by cab companies

Time Out finds out if women's safety initiatives offered by cab companies deliver on their promisesWhat seems to plague cab companies' custome is the unavailability of cabs during peak hours, and trained personnel.Franklin Joseph, CEO and Chief Instructor of Franklin Joseph Krav-Maga Self-Defense Academy, Bangalore, who offers women's safety workshops, says. "These initiatives only provide a psychological security to women, it's not real," he said. "Women should not depend on technologies as they do not guarantee mental calmness. They have to be self-confident and only then things change. They have to be alert, assertive and strongly verbal at all times."Read the full coverage by Mitali Khatokar
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