Hum Badlenge Apna Bharat, an ADR Youth Outreach Programme   

To motivate, inform and involve youth in the political & electoral reforms processes, ADR initiated a Youth Outreach programme called Hum Badlenge Apna Bharat (HBAB) in FY 2016-17The programme aims to educate Indian youths of the challenges faced by Indian Democracy today. With the support of our State Coordinators, we are committed to taking this programme to the maximum number of youths across the country. 

Means of Outreach:

1. Organize workshops/talks/lectures

ADR organizes a 1.5-hour workshop in schools and colleges where important points like Criminalization of PoliticsExpenditure on Election CampaignsFunctioning of Political Parties and Role of Youth in Strengthening Democracy are highlighted. On request of colleges and schools, we also organise a topic-centric workshop. The workshop trainers use videos, audios, quiz papers and other interactive materials to engage with the youth. ADR also conducts Training of Trainers Workshops for fellows in education-sector who can later conduct HBAB workshop in their network. Some of the workshops conducted in schools and colleges are listed below:
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3. Workshops for Future Leaders

To sensitize future leaders, ADR also conducts workshops on electoral and political reforms for youths who are part of a Fellowship Programme. We organised workshops for the Piramal Foundation's Gandhi Fellows located in Sujangarh & Gurgaon. We are also planning to reach out to the youths working in corporates.

4. Visits to ADR

ADR also accepts tour visits of students/other delegations to ADR office and briefs them on the electoral and political issues.  Some of the visits are listed below:

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