About the Project
The project is a pilot project initiated to enhance Nagaloka Alumni and its local civil society organizations’ capacities to address the social and economic rights of the marginalized to catalyze transparency & accountability of State.
Mission and Vision
Through the fellowship program, the following specific objectives were aimed:
- Enriched capacities of Nagaloka fellows (NTI Alumni) in defending caste-based discrimination at district, State, and National levels.
- Improved access to public entitlements by strengthening access to existing budgetary provisions & schemes and campaign for legislation at State.
- Building communities breaking caste barriers.
Nagaloka Fellowship is a collaborative program between Manuski and Nagarjuna Training Institute (NTI) for NTI Alumni. Alumni work in local communities and State on issues of Social Justice, Education, Housing, Health, Training, responding discrimination and more. In changing political scenario the challenges Dalits and Adivasis face are increasingly complex. The complex challenges require all community youths to activate across variety of sectors and leadership to understand and address challenges. Nagaloka Fellowship is a program to engage and develop thinking around policies and ideas shaping future of societies.
The Skills & Network
Competitively selected applicants will join the training and action program for a year, which includes exchange, exposure and engagement with communities, ideologies and experiences. The Nagaloka Fellows will take a lead in developing network of social activists and building alliances to address socio-economic rights of marginalised.
Fellowship provides access to and insight on the issues and the dynamics of those who are addressing socio-economic issues of marginalised. Its individual components include:
- Workshops – Training workshop of Human Rights and Economic Rights of Dalits and Adivasis.
- Exposure – Short term project in various sectors.
- Exchange – Interstate and community engagement among fellows.
“Nagaloka Fellowships provides a stipend, but does not cover living expenses.”
Manuski invites applications from Nagarjuna Training Institute’s Women Alumni, who are interested to work in the social field or who are working in social field to apply for fraternity Fellowship.
Please fill the form below to apply.