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Identification and analytical documentation of demonstrated successful practices in social inclusion to inform public discourse.

Persistent, and often increasing, inequalities is largely the result of ‘social exclusion’, whereby groups of people (based on their identity) are denied rights to fully participate in society, leading to material and other forms of deprivation. In recognition of this, UNICEF India has placed social inclusion as a central pillar in its current country programme, parallel with the theme of inclusive growth articulated in India’s 11th Five Year Plan. In lieu of this strategic understanding, UNICEF India has recognized that a broad-based analysis of lessons from NGO and other initiatives working in social development and towards reducing disparities and exclusion will contribute to furthering both, UNICEF’s own work in the area, as well as government policy and action.

UTSAVA – A celebration of struggle against Oppression, and the Dalit Foundation Brochure

Dalit Foundation is a non-government organization, the first grant making institution in south Asia working for the empowerment of dalit communities, established in 2003. Dalit Foundation organized a series of Regional Dalit Cultural Festivals “UTSAVA” – A celebration of struggle against oppression, from all over India, showcasing and celebrating Dalit music, art and craft, theatre etc. The events are highlighted in this document.

Review of MIS & Information Sharing Systems for CRS

A review of MIS & Information Sharing Systems for Catholic Relief Services (CRS) involving a feasibility study of the existing state of information systems in CRS and recommending an integrated and optimal information system.

District Situation Analysis (DSA) Reports

UNICEF has been supporting Government efforts to develop a district integrated model for HIV and AIDS across the country by providing technical support and creating sustainable systems to deliver quality HIV and AIDS services.