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SELF HELP GROUP FOR SLUM CHILDREN and RAKHI SALE (22 August 2015):

A new initiative for making poor children financially sound to pursue their education, has been started. a Self Help Group called 'PANKH' is being formed for children above 14 years. These children will be taught different crafts and arts, and objects made by them will be put up on sale. The returns from these objects will be pooled into their Self-Help-Group, from where the children can pay their exam fees, coaching fees, buy books and stationary, to pursue their studies. With this initiative we hope, they will no longer be dependent on their parents for their academics, and will also learn how to handle money in life.

PANKH takes off on 22 August 2015 with the sale of Rakhis, ear rings, file folders, envelopes and flower vases made by the children at our Sunday projects UDAAN and at PARVARISH too. The sale will be held at 10 No Stop from 5pm-9pm everyday.


The Social Credits till May 2015 have been announced and listed on the Website. All Swans Members who have received social credits till now, can see their names listed. Recruiters are requested to verify the credentials of Swans Members, by visiting this website and clicking on the Social Credits Link.



GROUP DISCUSSION SERIES FOR SWANS:

An initiative to inculcate Group Discussion and debating skills among all Swans alike , and to teach them how to analyze the social impact of all local, regional, national and international developments.

DATE:     12 December,  2010 (Sunday)        TIME:     10am - 11am        VENUE:     Regional Museum of Natural History, Bittan Market, Bhopal    

TOPIC: URBANIZATION AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION

Topics covered earlier
        24th Oct 2010:        SOCIAL ACCEPTABILITY OF AYODHYA JUDGEMENT
        31st Oct 2010:        
WAS THE COMMON WEALTH GAMES A MATTER OF NATIONAL PRIDE FOR INDIA?
        14th Nov 2010:      
CAUSE OF NAXALISM AND ITS SOLUTION
        28th Nov 2010:       
IS USA'S STANCE TOWARDS INDIA CHANGING?



COMMUTINY–THE YOUTH COLLECTIVE                       ----             GOURAV JAISWAL has been selected a COMMUTINEER for 2010 

For the Commutiny Learning and Leadership Journey


Eligibility Criteria:

Age - 18 to 30 years (age as on 30th June 2010) and a minimum 6 months previous experience of active engagement with social issues.


As a COMMUTINEER, he will have 1 year (sponsored by Commutiny) to work full time to design and lead the Rural Education Model that he is experimenting.

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