The lesson unit incorporates the standards of International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program (Grade 11 and 12) curricula of Human Rights and Peace and Conflict Studies. It is divided into 5 lessons starting with the basic understanding of gender inequality in the global context and then focus on their community and school by analyzing the existing rules and practices that contribute to this discrimination. In the second lesson they will learn about some violence and crimes against women as depicted in the BBC documentary and think beyond those to come up with other violence that are committed against women but are not highlighted. The students will think about their own version of possible solutions to close this inequality gap. The third lesson is theory-based to make them aware about the laws and acts in the Indian Judicial System meant for protection of women and their rights. The students will also be able to critically analyze the effective implementation of these provisions. The fourth lesson is about building safe places for women, which will help students, build their own surveys and decide the safety of their neighborhood. The final lesson is meant to bring together all understanding and out of classroom activities that they conduct (like surveys, plays etc.)

The learners in turn become teachers by conducting small workshops for students from under-privileged society to fulfill their Creativity, Action and Service (CAS) requirements. Film Studies students can make their short films to raise awareness.