Manuski is building a network of grass-roots social activists of youth from the oppressed and marginalized communities from all over India.
Manuski was one of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s words, and means treating each other with real humanity.
For the last 15 years Manuski has been working with youth from the discriminated and marginalised communities Maharashtra in the following areas:
- Capacity building;
- Creating awareness of atrocities, human and civil rights;
- Creating a network to enable mutual sharing of experiences and promote solidarity.
- Advocating issues of discriminated and marginalised communities at the state, national and international level.
- Making development of women and their leadership an essential element of the progress of discriminated and marginalised communities.
- Encouraging attitudes of freedom of thought, confidence, equality, and respect for all.
It is now extending this work to youth from all over India. Over the next five years Manuski aims to develop a network of 500 activists covering 25 states of India.
This work will have a great impact on the development of marginalsied communities, but it is an enormous task but we cannot do it alone.
Please support this work as much as you can.
For updates and reports please see www.manuski.in