Announcing our “Hope for the Jogini Girls Dinners” 2017!

For over 2,000 years, young girls have been dedicated to the goddess Yellamma as part of the Jogini practice in parts of India. Girls are ‘married’ to the deity without consent. A Joginis’ duty is to provide sexual favours to men of the village.

The Jogini system is ritualised, systemic, sexual abuse.

Join us as Dr Joseph D’Souza – International Director of Dalit Freedom Network – shares stories of the plight of the Jogini girls, and find out how you can be a part of ending this chapter of modern slavery.

Between Saturday 12 August 2017 and Saturday 19 August 2017


Auckland: Saturday August 12th: Venue TBC – Save the Date @ 7:00pm (RSVP August 9th)
Tauranga: Monday August 14th: 81 The Strand @ 7:00pm (RSVP August 11th)
Wellington: Tuesday August 15th: 196 Cuba Street Te Aro @ 7:00pm (RSVP August 12th)
Melbourne: Thursday August 17th: TANDOORI DEN; 261 Camberwell Rd, Camberwell @ 7:00pm (RSVP August 15th)
Sydney: Friday August 18th: St Johns’ Ministry Centre, Alt Street Ashfield (Opposite Church St); Time 7:00 pm (RSVP August 17th)
Adelaide: Saturday August 19th: Venue TBC – Save the Date @7:00pm (RSVP August 17th).

To book your tickets go to; email or phone 1 800 949 774

NOTE: There is no charge for these events however an opportunity to donate to the ground-breaking work with the Jogini girls will be presented on the night. Please RSVP for catering purposes.