Our journey over the years has led to the creation of a learning bounty we call the treasure chest – This section includes our consolidated learning over the years in the form of resources such as books, manuals, curricula, publications and media.
OCEAN IN A DROP,written by Pravah and CYC members Ashraf Patel, Meenu Venkateswaran, Arjun Shekhar and Kamini Prakash, explores how young people have contributed significantly to society.
SEEDS OF CHANGE, is a collection of write-ups by teachers who have been part of Pravah’s Teachers Training programme.
TALKING VOLUNTEERISM, a qualitative study of how youth and NGOs perceive youth volunteerism, and success stories of volunteer-engagement in NGOs.
WALKING WITH PRAVAH, is a collection of 12 case stories of young people who have journeyed with us any time in the last 15 years.
YOUNG INFLUENCERS, a newsletter promoting youth citizenship action, motivated by the inspirational firsthand accounts of people who experienced significant transformation of their lives.
FLOWING TOGETHER AT PRAVAH, an appreciative enquiry on the process of our organizational methods and the outcomes of our work.
MAKING YOUTHWORK VISIBLE, an impact assessment of youth active citizenship interventions in India, in partnership with Innovations in Civic Participation
NURTURING YOUTH ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP IN INDIA, a report on the stakeholder consultation carried out in partnership with Innovations in Civic Participation
WORLD IS MY CLASSROOM, a newsletter for citizenship education
Pravah has been a part of and created many publications over the years focussing on amplifying youth voices and highlighting the need to develop a youth centric approach across developmental fields.
To address the issue of caste-based discrimination, Pravah designed and implemented the ‘Caste in Stone’ curriculum ( 2012-2016); a journey for college youth to build more inclusive identities, by understanding deep seated discrimination institutionalised over the years and oppurtunities to take action on the same through rural internships, exposures and action projects.
Safe Cities-Safe Schools,a programme on challenging gender realities and enhancing safety through a leadership journey for adolescents. The curriculum content included sessions on stereotyped gendered roles, power dynamics, violence -such that facilitators could enable adolescents to re-imagine what a safe school would be.
Abilities Beyond Skills- The goal of the ABS programme is to equip Employees/ Potential Employees with values, attitudes, behaviors and decision-making capacities to align themselves with the employer expectations and organizational goals, and help build decision-making capacities in young people such that they can get and sustain meaningful employment and also appreciate and respect diversity. ABS has been modified for different stakeholders like students of ITI Nandnagri, 2 wheeler road-side mechanics and trainers with Castrol India and Empower Pragati ( Eklavya) , for students of Yuvakendra run by HCL Foundation , and trainers at IL & FS; recuits of DR Reddy Labs and for HSBC Swadesh ; to name a few.
Entrepreneurship Development Program, supported by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship in partnership with NIESBUD/ National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development – As part of the PM Yuva Yojana, we’ve designed an entrepreneurship curriculum for 17 government Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Delhi to promote self-employment among ITI students,by training the local ITI teachers.