Training on Understanding Budget Rights, Policy and Advocacy: Scheduled Caste Sub Plan/Tribal Sub Plan & Gender Budgets
NCDHR is organizing a three days training programme on ' Understanding Budget Rights, Policy and Advocacy: Scheduled Caste Sub Plan / Tribal Sub Plan and Gender Budgets’ from 9th May to 11th May'2016.
National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights is a forum committed to the elimination of discrimination based on caste. A democratic secular platform led by Dalit women and men activists, with support and solidarity from movements and organizations, academics, individuals, people’s organizations and institutions throughout the country who are committed to work to protect and promote human rights of Dalits focusing on women and children. NCDHR works with an aims to enhance the visibility of Dalit issues, and hold the government responsible for implementing the laws of the land in order to ensure that the Dalit community enjoys its rights fully. It works towards holding government official accountable for "gross and willfull negligence." The NCDHR is a non partisan, secular platform that is spread across 14 states of India with a national secretariat in New Delhi.
NCDHR is organizing three-day training on ‘Understanding Budget Rights, Policy and Advocacy: Scheduled Caste Sub Plan / Tribal Sub Plan and Gender Budgets’ from May 9th to May 11th in New Delhi (venue details will be communicated soon).The training is open to Social activists working on several thematic issues. The training is designed to provide an in-depth understanding on budget policy and advocacy. The training will broadly cover the following modules:
- Basics of Budget
- Budget Analysis and Codification
- Equity Budgeting
- Gender Budgeting
- Targeted Budgeting
- Advocacy and Lobby (Media and Parliamentary)
The three-day training is to train human rights defenders on budgets and advocacy to enable them to interact with the budget and policy drafting mechanisms within the country. Budget experts, sectoral experts and Dalit Human Rights Activists will conduct the training. The training will look into basics of budget, the entire budget formulation process, advocacy and policy.
Applications for the training are available at the website www.ncdhr.org.in. Complete application forms must be sent to email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org by 20th April 2016. The registration fee for Budget training is Rs. 15,000 per person which will include accommodation and food and Rs. 10,000 for non-resident participants. There will be discounts depending on the number of participants from an organisation. All participants are expected to cover their travel related expenses. Short listed participants will be notified by 25th April 2015. Please share the information about the training with your colleagues, network partners and collaborators.