28th Yuva Nirman Youth Camp, 26-27 January 2017, Snehalaya, MIDC, Ahmednagar
The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow and young Indians have an increasing social conscience that we encourage and support.
Since 1999, we have been welcoming the next generation of social workers and activists to attend residential conferences, now held twice a year, to learn more about our work and discuss social issues. High profile guest speakers, such as Anna Hazare, inspire and debate their work with attendees covering subjects as diverse as human rights law, violence against women, child protection and the power of social media. The programmes not only raise important issues in our wider community, they also encourage social work as a subject and as a vocation.
We would like to invite you to attend our January camp to explore how you can find your own role in our nation building. Do something different in your life through voluntary work, a career in social work or other movements for change. Allow our staff and guest speakers to help you develop your own independent ideology through career guidance, discussions and cultural programmes.
Application deadline is 23 January, book your place here. The total cost including one night’s accommodation and food is Rs 100, participants must attend every session, There are 150 places available and successful applicants will be notified by sms and email on 24 January. The camp commences 10:00, 26 January, 2017.
For more information please call Nitin 9011026472 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.