Barefoot Researchers for Better Communities

Barefoot Researchers for Better Communities

Currently supported by EdelGive Foundation

Twenty youth hailing from the city’s marginalized communities and neighbourhoods are currently engaged in the process of learning and unlearning as a part of PUKAR’s Barefoot Researchers for Better Communities programme. The year-long programme provides them a platform for a more nuanced understanding of their own realities through skill-based training and perspectives in a bid to prepare tomorrow’s critical thinkers, community researchers, leaders and advocates for change.
The previous editions of this programme were supported by Sir Ratan Tata Trust (between 2005-2013) and India Development Service.

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