Venue: Seminar Hall, Carlton Business School, Sainik Aramghar Complex, Somajiguda. Date & Time: Friday 19th February 2016 @3:30pm-5:30pm #High Tea followed by Solidarity evening. Increased internationalization in the economic, political, and social arenas has led to greater interpersonal cross-cultural contact. Because much of this contact has not been successful, cross-cultural training has been proposed by many scholars as a means of facilitating more effective interaction. The rapid growth and increasing visibility of ethnic and racial groups has vigorously challenged social work to educate students for ethnic-competent practice in cross-cultural settings. In this context, Young People for Life India inviting you a seminar on ‘Cross-cultural Engagement’ with its friends of International […]
Are you willing to see the world with us? Is it not easy to talk to your teen about current Issues? If you are a parent, what bothers you a lot about today’s youth? – It’s really shocking, one of the local high school managers said, out of 800 girls in the school 600 already hit the puberty and they have to keep two separate sections for girls in class 10 to avoid problems in the school. Young People for Life India is specially designed programme Teen2Teen is going to address various challenges for teens in this area. We are aiming to 200 girls in coming months. You can find more information […]
Everyday we talk to many teens about their aspirations and fears about their own career and personal life. It’s very interesting to know many of them have great awareness about social than many of us. Listen to Jyothi and her dream about future. Jyothi is our first volunteer in the neighborhood, please watch the video to know her dream. “ Look at the sky. We are not alone. The whole universe is friendly to us and conspires only to give the best to those who dream and work” Dr. Abdul Kalam, former President of India
Young People for Life India condemns atrocities against women in India and all over the world. Please stop violence and begin peace. Young People for Life India was joined with hundreds of girls in the even on the 14th of February 2013 One Billion Rising ….rise , strike and dance. Click here see more about event details Young People for Life India observed the International Day of the Girl on the 11th of October 2012. Click here for more info.
Are YOU passionate? Thinking to use your skills to help teens around the world? YOU can make a difference in many teens lives by joining with Young People for Life India as a Youth Outreach Volunteer (YOV). Please sign up by writing to email@example.com or follow this link.
News from Sakshi TV, published on December 1st. Click this link to see the video: http://www.sakshi.com/video/news/world-aids-day-2013-7219
Sexual Harassment At least 1 in 4 middle school students say they’ve experienced unwanted verbal or physical sexual harassment on school grounds, often in the hallway or even in the classroom. The most commonly reported form of harassment was unwanted physical touching, which was reported by 21.6 percent of the students who said they had experienced harassment. Rumor-spreading, verbal sexual commentary and homophobic name-calling were the next most frequently reported at 18.9 percent, 18.2 percent and 17.9 percent, respectively. What Does Sexual Harassment Look Like? Sexual harassment comes in many forms, says Susan Fineran, PhD. She’s a professor at the University of Southern Maine who studies this problem. Sexual harassment […]
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