Outcome Impact Orientation (27 -29 April 2015)

Jagori Rural is organizing three day orientation workshop for its team at TARA on Outcome Impact, Monitoring and Evaluation. About 20 team member including Team leaders, Block coordinators and Moblisers will attend this workshop. This workshop will be facilitated by two experienced consultants Mr Haritha Sharma and Kanchan Sinha from HID Forum Banglore.

 

Parvathy Baul along with her group came to Jagori Training Centre

Parvathy Baul is a singer, painter and storyteller from West Bengal. After receiving her initial music and dance training during her childhood, she studied visual arts at the Kala Bhavan at Shantiniketan, the university founded by Rabindranath Tagore.

Her meeting with the living tradition of Baul prompted her to choose the path of self-training in the Baul order rather than an institutional degree.

Since 1995 she has performed in her home state Bengal and all over India. She was also invited to participate in several international festivals.

Recently she along with her group came to Jagori Training Centre, at Rakkar Siddbari to shoot her music in Himalayas. She spent one week at TARA and done shooting in the hills. On the request of Jagori Team, she gave her amazing peace giving singing and dancing performance with her duggi and ektara at TARA. There were about 50-60 audience including Anganwari workers, Jagori and Nishtha Team members and some other friends. Her free spirit performance is a lifesaver to the listener, emitting an aura of hope, peace and relief....

 

SIXTH Gender, Human Rights, Just Governance, Sustainable Development and Women’s Empowerment

Jagori Rural Charitable Trust (JRCT) and SANGAT , are organizing sixth two week training course in Hindi on “Gender, Human Rights, Just Governance, Sustainable Development and Women’s Empowerment” . This course will be held at TARA from 11 MAY 2015 TO 24 MAY 2015.

This year nearly 100 NGOs persons from various States of India and 15 participants from Nepal have applied for this course. Total 50 persons have been selected. This course is being coordinating by Ms Kamla Bhasin and Ms Abha Bhaiya who have long rich experience of facilitating trainings and workshops on the issues of Gender Construction, Gender Justice Human Rights Sustainable Development and Women’s Empowerment.

In this course, sessions will be facilitated by very experienced team of Resource persons including Kamla Bhasin, Abha Bhaiya, Dr. Pritam Pal, Anand Pawar, Anjali Bhardwaj and Shubhangi Sharma.

Main objectives of the course are:

To develop a feminist perspective on a range of issues related to rural development and reconstruction, with a special focus on Women’s rights and entitlements.

Strengthen the capacity of the staff of various NGOs, Human Rights and Women’s rights groups and other civil society organizations and individuals.

Build solidarity and network among participants from different states and develop common agendas and campaigns for future.

 

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