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GCSD engages children and youth to look at Mahatma Gandhi’s life and work as to how one can relate it today’s lives. Through our programs as detailed below, we encourage global citizenship.
Global Citizens for Sustainable Development, in partnership with Living Hope Children’s Home and Kingston High School successfully organized MALHAAR 2013, the fourth annual three-week festival that unites youth in Bangalore through sports and environmental leadership. The theme of this years’ festival was Conscious Consumption, which probed students to consider the social and environmental impact of products they consume.
Watch the video of Malhaar 2013:
Watch the TV interview held in Nairobi, Kenya in April 2013 by the Kenya Television Network (KTN) of the Director of GCSD, John Anugraha along with his colleague representing the Youth Advisory Board of UN-Habitat talking on youth agenda in the United Nations. This interview was held while the 24th Governing Council of the UN-Habitat was in session at the United Nations office in Nairobi.
VEDIKE Inter-School Sports Day
On August 1st 2011, Global Citizens for Sustainable Development conducted its first Inter-School Sports day at the VEDIKE campus in rural Bangalore that was attended by about 100 children from surrounding villages.
RAISE THE ROOF 2011:
DATES: 26th MAY - 4th JUNE 2011
VENUE: MALLASANDRA VILLAGE, NEAR THONDEBHAVI (RURAL BANGALORE)
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL WILLING TO VOLUNTEER (Age limit - Above 18 years). For Registration, please fill the form below.
Global Citizens for Sustainable Development is currently involved and engaged in running several Study Abroad / Study Programs in India for both local/national and International colleges/universities. These Study Programs are mutually beneficial to both Indian and International students who learn in a cross-cultural environment.
GCSD through its bilateral and multilateral FORUMS creates a platform for cross-cultural dialogue and action working towards a responsible, plural and harmonious society.
These FORUMS recognizes that YOUTH both as key agents and target groups have a unique and vital contribution in promoting a new paradigm of cultural diversity, cross-cultural dialogue and sustainable development.
Overall Objectivies of the bilateral/multilateral FORUMS:
GCSD acknowledges the generous support of Charles Leopold Mayer Foundation (FPH) and guidance by the Advisory Board Member of GCSD, Mr. Gustavo Marin who have been instrumental along with its sister concerned NGO, VEDIKE (India) and several key partners in India and Internationally to help us launch the following programs:
China-India Forum is a joint initiative of Global Citizens for Sustainable Development and Center For Cross-Cultural Studies, Peking University, China
Please read Page 71 from the booklet about the China-India Forum a youth-led development project recognized by the 4th World Youth Congress held in Canada in August 2008.
Japan-India Forum is a joint initiative of Global Citizens for Sustainable Development and J.F.Oberlin University, Japan.
3. Korea-India Forum
Korea-India Forum is a joint initiative of Global Citizens for Sustainable Development and MIZY Seoul Youth Center for Cultural Exchanges, South Korea
4. Sri Lanka-India Forum
Sri Lanka India Forum is a joint initiative of Global Citizens for Sustainable Development and Sri Lanka United Nations Friendship Organization, Sri Lanka.