10 Apr 2018

Gender Sensitisation through Design / Sexual Harassment Training through Design

Bangalore, India | Delivered by Sunhera Cariappa, Ultimate Toolkit. Use design thinking to understand sexual harassment in the workplace. Acquire practical tools to gain empathy and collaborate.


A hands-on workshop that uses design-thinking to understand sexual harassment in the workplace. It aims to promote light-hearted creativity, participation, and collaboration within this deep-rooted topic. There will be snacks and stationary to keep you occupied - come on over and get the conversation started!

What you'll need:

  • Zero prior knowledge or experience in Design Thinking
  • Be willing to collaborate and find relevant solutions to real problems
  • Openness and curiosity to discover new ideas
  • Passion for solving big problems

    What to expect:

  • The benefits and value of Design Thinking mindset in a social-impact context.
  • Practical tools to gain empathy and collaborate
  • Learn by doing!
  • Thinking outside the box
  • The Ultimate Toolkit runs workshops using a human-centred process which allows participants to redefine an existing problem and empathise with it from a user’s perspective.

    Forbes magazine called this process the next competitive advantage to any business leadership.

    Ultimate Toolkit workshops equip leaders to collaborate, brainstorm and create meaningul solutions for safer and inclusive work places.

    Kindly hosted by: PVH

Event Speakers

  • Sunhera Cariappa

    Sunhera Cariappa

    Founder - The Ultimate Toolkit

Founder - The Ultimate Toolkit

Sunhera Cariappa

Female Entrepreneur, Sunhera Cariappa strives to bring about social change through the method of design thinking.

As a HK based design consultant, she has partnered with companies like Phillips, Australia Post and LVMH, working to understand problems through careful observation of people and environments, rapidly prototyping ideas and communicating them visually.

The Ultimate Toolkit integrates her passion for social impact and human-centered design.

It is essentially a workshop in a box, targeting the ongoing issue of sexual harassment in the workplace. It tackles the problem through various fun games and interesting discussions, encouraging attendees to dig deep into an ongoing global issue we face today.

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