Twice a year, we welcome the next generation of social workers and activists to attend a three- to four-day youth camp to learn more about our work and discuss social issues. High-profile guest speakers like Anna Hazare inspire and discuss their work on a variety of topics, including human rights law, violence against women, child protection, and the power of social media.
The program addresses essential issues in our wider community and promotes social work as a subject and business.
Our January Youth 'Sadbhavana' residential camp was organized from 22 to 26 January. Amplifying the vision of our Sadnhavana Cycle Rally, it promoted harmony and goodwill despite the differences among the diverse social groups in India, growing violence, and social discontent, emphasizing the urgency for the youth to take the message of harmony to the grassroots. 96 youths from 17 to 27 years of age participated and enjoyed five days of unforgettable skills development, including:
Snehalaya understood the work of the social organization.
Information on Snehalaya's diverse projects.
Appropriate guidance and encouragement to new social workers.
Dialogue with grassroots dignitaries.
Participation in Mehkari Village Competition Examination Center Inauguration Program.