The campaign that was propagated by UN’s Goodwill manager Emma Watson, wants men and boys to come together to help end inequalities toward women and girls. Sonnalli visited the suburban college, from where the ‘HeForShe’ campaign was kick-started in India. She addressed the issue in a casual and relatable manner for the students to connect with the crux of it. HeForShe also acknowledged and appreciated Sonnalli’s efforts on their digital platforms.
“It’s always a pleasure to take a stand for what you truly believe in. Gender Inequality is indeed a very relevant matter in India, which women here often experience in their day-to-day lives. It’s high time we break through the traditional mindset and I am glad that the United Nations has raised this issue.”
It was definitely a memorable visit as Sonnalli, since her Miss India days had a strong urge to be associated to the UN, and she is happy to have taken the first step to lend her support!