http://www.redribbonaward.org/marekhamwik/3006 FIRE – Film Industry for Rights & Equality – is a government-certified, not-for-profit organisation meant to ensure a safe & healthy working environment for all members of the Kannada Film Industry (KFI).

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http://www.hawkerucc.org/monaxinja/7511 FIRE has setup an Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) that addresses and eradicates sexual harassment & ‘casting couch’ in KFI through victim confidentiality and in accordance with the Central Government’s 2013 ‘Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act.’

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