Photo Gallery: Participatory Action Research training with the Dalit Bahujan Resource Centre

Smiling woman performing in a play. She is wearing a brown and orange patterned sari and she has long dark hair which is tied back. She has her arms outstretched almost as if she is dancing. Behind her a row of her colleagues look on. They are outside in a grassy area under some trees.
From the 28-30 January 2020 a meeting was held between SPARC/SDI, the George Institute for Global Health, India and the Dalit Bahujan Resource Centre. It was a pilot training to test out some of the Participatory Action Research tools we will use in ARISE.

The Dalit Bahujan Resource Centre (DBRC) is based in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. It was established in 1992 to work for the empowerment of the Dalit Bahujan communities with a special focus on women, children and workers in the informal sector. It’s mission is to enable assertive interventions of Dalit Bahujan communities and mainstream them towards socio-economic empowerment.

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