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YOUTH ALLIANCE


Connecting Youth With A Cause

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YOUTH ALLIANCE


Connecting Youth With A Cause

 

Youth Alliance aims to nurture empathic leaders who apply their head, heart and hands to understand and serve the world making it more equitable,  cooperative and sustainable.

 
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PROGRAMS


PROGRAMS


IMMERSIVE JOURNEYS

Journeys that facilitate and enable young people to immerse in a social reality, build a fuller understanding through empathy and inspire them to create a personal road-map in the path of service in their chosen field. Currently, Youth Alliance does four immersive journeys of Gramya Manthan and EarthShastra in a year. 

 

Leadership RETREATS

These programs help facilitate individuals in social change organizations connect deeply to their purpose, build their capacity for work, strengthen relationships within teams, deepen the focus on values they stand for and get better at affecting change in their communities.

 

Alumni Support

To sustain and support the journeys of our alumni and create a community that enables cross-pollination, we create several reflective spaces throughout the year. These are themed and contextualized based on needs of the community. 

 
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PROCESS


 

| Circle of Trust | | Personal Transformation | | One to One Mentoring |

| Empathetic Immersion | | Service Learning | | System's Thinking |

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PROCESS


 

| Circle of Trust | | Personal Transformation | | One to One Mentoring |

| Empathetic Immersion | | Service Learning | | System's Thinking |

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TESTIMONIALS


TESTIMONIALS


Anurag Behar, CEO Azim Premji Foundation

Madhav Mittal, Alumni GM’18

"Youth Alliance tries to bring mindset change in young people. It gives them an opportunity to think differently and challenges them to think about what is truly important in life beyond the traditional indicators of success like money & status."

-Shaheen Mistri, Teach For India

“I have surely re-realized that there is a community, there are people who believe change is possible, who believe in the goodness of people, who are internally optimist. This sense of community and positivity coupled with challenges which makes me reflect on my own practices is something which calls me back to YA. Now I know it is a safe harbour but not one which puts me in a comfortable zone but one which invites me to take on challenges, one which questions my own value system”-Aditya Jain, ONUS’14