The F.A.I.R. Project is organising a one-week fully-funded residential program for individuals between 18 to 27 years, being organised in partnership with UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office. F.A.I.R. is a methodology of introspection which is driven by active dialogue and analysis to inculcate a mindset that focuses on what is right for all and not what benefits a few. F.A.I.R. is a continuing conversation beyond the formal program, embarking on a mission for holistic and inclusive betterment of humanity.
Location: New Delhi
Qualification: Working/Professional between the ages of 18-27 years
Number of Participants: 32
We believe that decisions based on collective values are possible, despite the contemporary doctrine and evidences of individualistic interests winning over common good. The F.A.I.R. project wants to equip you with the thought process that helps you develop real-time solutions to propagate our 8 goals, which complement the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and mobilize change irrespective of which political, commercial, social or personal situation you may find yourself in.
Our 8 goals include
F.A.I.R follows an inquiry-based model, which begins with learning to question and then to unlearn and re-learn based on factual evidence and sound reason. F.A.I.R as a process focuses on:
F – Fact-Finding and Familiarising Yourself
A – Advocating for the Otherside
I – Interrogating Yourself
R – Reasoning and Rationalising
We want to invite applications from motivated and open-minded young individuals who are driven by their inquisitiveness and the willingness to learn and lead, and are not limited by their level and field of qualification.
These individuals will help build a community conducive for creating and sustaining objective, balanced, and socially pervasive change.
Program Date: 12 April – 24 July 2020
Online Program: 12 April – 18 July 2020
Residential Program: 18 – 24 July 2020
All applicants will be required to apply through our application interface.
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