Activities can be broad and general, enabling students to experience the many diverse parts of a working NGO in India, suiting those who are flexible and adaptable. Previous activities at provided students with experience in:
- Policy analysis
- Youth engagement
- Creation of learning/training materials
- Media and marketing
- M&E reporting
Accommodation: Typically hotel twin-share accommodation.
Activity Timing*: Winter Vacation (June - July), Session 3 (December - February)
Activity length:4-6 weeks
PACE Units*: ARTS3000, INTS3050, LAWS4052, LAWS8099, MMCC3150, MQBS3000, PSYU3399, SSCI3010
*Please note: unit availability, timing and activities are dependent on partner needs and are subject to change. Not all units are offered each session.
Location and highlights
Pravah is located in Delhi (The National Capital Territory of Delhi) an ancient city which been continuously inhabited since the 6th Century BCE, serving as the capital of various kingdoms and empires. Students are located in South Delhi, in the suburbs of Hauz Khas and Greater Kailash, where many cultural sights as the Tomb of Firoz shah Tughlaq, Hauz Khas village, Metcalfe House Monument and Nandan Van are found.
Students can experience Purani Dilli (Old Delhi) and its chaotic bazaars, the Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and India Gate. Most importantly, students can visit the wonderous Taj Mahal and get their own photo with this stunning marble mausoleum.
|Law / Community engagement||A student was tasked with creating legal workshops for the MLMF (My Life, Mere Faisle) program at Pravah. To inform their work they used documents created by previous PACE students that summarized important law and policy on topics such as dowry, early child marriage and domestic violence. After planning and development, the student created 7 small workshops that each run for approximately 2-3 hours, to present the law in accessible and understandable ways whilst remaining engaging and fun.|
|HR||A student streamlined the Human Resource team's online recruitment database process and helped others to navigate the system.|
|Social media||A student helped to manage Pravah's social media platforms and promote the work of the organisation to stakeholders.|
|Event management||Students supported the mobilisation of young people for social change activities including providing leadership skills and perspective building workshops, creating database of youth opportunities and supporting documentation/reporting of events.|
|Business||A student create a database of opportunities for Pravah local youth volunteers/interns to undertake work experience with NGOs and INGOs. Support Pravah staff and volunteers to make connections.|
|Public Relations||A student researched opportunities for marketing Pravah amongst businesses and organisations as a viable corporate social responsibility option. Support Pravah staff and volunteers to build relationships and pitch the importance of youth development for India.|