Nurturing Youth Leadership

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Pravah’s_Adolescent_Intervention_works

For more information write in to astha.agarwal@pravah.rg

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  • SMILE Rural In-turn-ship: Our flagship youth programme with a twist of in-turn-ship supports a young person to have an inside out leadership journey. They are placed as interns with grass-root organizations & social movements across the country for a period of 3-6 weeks to confront with the realities on-ground and become better adaptive learners. 

  • SMILE Fellowship:  A deep dive from the in-turn-ship this  6 months long intensive journey mentors a young person to become a leader, and design and lead social action projects in their own communities. The motto is simple - learn, lead and impact.

  • Get Real: To build deeper self awareness, explore the barriers and enablers to unlock the potential of young people Pravah with Vyaktitva*  has designed  a journey of personal growth. Young people get access to tools and processes that support them to become more aware, adaptive and learners for life.

  • SamjhoToh: The Samvidhan LIVE Dialogues: A pilot project that brings young people from different ideologies together to access a space to learn and practice the skill of deep dialoguing and co- create a vision of India together. Using the medium of music and lyrics as a tool,  this programme helps to find  common threads and accept the differences to nurture tolerance. 

  • Self Development Workshops: In partnership with the Miranda House and Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University, Pravah designs and facilitates a leadership building curriculum with the students of Bachelor of Elementary Education, for them to have a deeper understanding of self and relationships as they create learning spaces for others.

  • Group Exposures: 5-7 day workshops in rural hinterlands of India that help one understand social issues and the role they play in our lives. This 'self to society' journey is embarked upon by a group of 15-20 young people.

  • Youth Festivals:  Our Youth festivals   - Jashn-E-Agaaz, Music for Harmony and Youth Jumbish are annual events envisioned as  youth-led platforms. As a part of SMILE journey come together to design and run a youth event , in the process they learn new skills, challenge their comfort zones, work as a team , showcase their talent and make their voices heard on issues that matter to them.

International Volunteering

Pravah's international volunteering and exchange work started in the year 2000. Since then we have collaborated with many organizations such as Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) International, Oxfam, Misereor, Australian Volunteers International, University of Melbourne, Macquarie University, American India Fellowship to facilitate such exchanges.

For more information write in to neeru.malhotra@pravah.org

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  • Pravah ACTIVATE! Youth Exchange Program: The project is supported by the Norwegian Agency for Exchange Cooperation (Norec).  Please visit this website for further information on Norec: www.norec.no

  1. Using social entrepreneurship skills for youth led impact on communities, the aim of this exchange project between Pravah and ACTIVATE! Change Drivers is to facilitate transformative change in young people and in their communities in India and South Africa.

  • PACE Program: In partnership with Australian Volunteers International and Macquarie University, Pravah receives Australian volunteers for a period of 4-6 weeks to volunteer with different programs in Pravah and other partner organizations.

  • CVC Program: In partnership with Australian Volunteers International and University of Melbourne, Pravah designs and facilitates a leadership volunteering journey with the Australian students who are placed in partner organizations in Delhi.

  • Pravah ICS: Pravah International Citizen Service is a 3 month rural volunteering program for volunteers from UK and India to carry out community based developmental projects with local community based organizations.