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Social Inclusion of the Marginalised in the Local Governments

Starts on: 1 st & 15 th of every month | Duration:10 weeks | Registration open

Course Developers

Mr. Binoy Acharya

Mr. Binoy Acharya, (Director) UNNATI: He has worked extensively in coordination of programmes on Capacity Building, Promotion of Local Governance, Research and Advocacy and Rehabilitation of Earthquake affected areas of Gujarat. He works closely with grass root developmental groups, Government organisations and International NGOs.

Mr. Manoj Rai

Mr. Manoj Rai, (Director) PRIA: He has more than 20 years of experiences and expertise in issues related to Governance, Poverty, Service Delivery, Social Analysis, Budget Analysis, Social Mobilization, Development Communication, Use of Social Accountability tools such as Citizens Report Cards and Social Audit-Public Hearing.

Dr. Rajesh Tandon

Dr. Rajesh Tandon, is President-Founder of Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), a voluntary organisation providing support to grass roots initiatives in South Asia. Dr. Tandon is an internationally acclaimed leader and practitioner of participatory research and development. He has served on numerous government task forces and committees both nationally and internationally. He is also the UNESCO Co-Chair for Community Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education.

Ms. Priyanka Dale,

Ms. Priyanka Dale, (Manager), PRIA: She has specialised in Rural Development with substantial experience in the field of developmental work undertaken during her career with various NGO's. She has worked closely with units of local governance, Panchayati Raj Institutions and Municipalities.

About the Course Special Features Target_Audience Learning Outcomes Course Format

COURSE SUMMARY

PRIA's course on Participatory Approaches for Social Inclusion in Development Programmes addresses the emerging need for learned practitioners to work on the cause. This course has been designed to help improve your understanding on social exclusion and significance of local government in addressal.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • A one-of-a-kind innovative course, offered in a distance mode
  • Prepared by experts, based on practitioner experience, primarily in the Indian context
  • Detailed steps and clear examples of strategies to promote social inclusion and institutionalize participation
  • Practical challenges in designing, promoting and implementing social inclusion strategies are addressed
  • Special section detailing constitutional and legal provisions for social inclusion of marginalized communities in India

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Students of Masters in Social Work, MBA in Rural Development to enhance their knowledge on the issue of social exclusion and approaches for inclusion
  • Individuals aiming to work in the social development sector and looking for knowledge materials and guidance for pursuing a career with NGOs and Government institutions
  • Working Professionals and Governmemt functionaries in Panchayat, Women and Child Development, Scheduled Caste Welfare, Tribal Welfare and other sectoral departments

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On completion of this course, the learner would:

  • Gain critical understanding of approaches to social inclusion using systems of local governments
  • Understand the conceptual framework of exclusion in varied socio-cultural contexts
  • Develop skills in participatory processes required to undertake activities related to social inclusion
  • Analyse significant factors and challenges for effective implementation of social inclusion efforts

COURSE FORMAT

  • 4 modules
  • Self-assessment test after each module
  • Interesting videos in the course
  • Each module will have:
    1. Powerpoint presentation highlighting the content of the module
    2. Additional readings

COURSE STRUCTURE

Module 1:Introduction to Social Exclusion

  • Definition and Relevance of Social Exclusion in Different Socio-Cultural Contexts
  • The Framework of Social Exclusion
  • Understanding Social Exclusion in Development

Module 2:Constitutional Mechanisms forInclusive Governance at the Local Level in India

  • What is Inclusive Governance?
  • Constitutional Provisions for Social Inclusion of Marginalized Communities in India
  • Initiatives for Inclusion of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes in Local Governance Institutions
  • Barrier and Challenges to Implementation

Module 3:Scheduled Caste Leadership in Local Governance: Inclusion and Identity

  • Scheduled Caste Leadership in Local Governance Leadership
  • Constitutional Inclusion Versus Social Exclusion: Challenges Faced by Scheduled Caste Leaders in Local Governance Institutions
  • Building Capacities of Scheduled Caste Leadership In Local Governance: Experiences from the Field
  • Schedule CasteWomen: Practical Challenges of Leadership and Recommendations for Inclusion

Module 4:Leap Forward

  • A Film on Dalit Leadership

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