What We Ask of You

THIS INFORMATION IS FOR THE COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM ONLY

12The Centre for Social Response has the overall aim of providing a program that is interesting, challenging and contributes to positive social change. We aim to provide opportunities for learning and growth that have a healthy balance of personal responsibility, shared understandings, meaningful interactions and fun.

Firstly we ask that you respect the intent of the program and the people and organisations that will host us in India.

Secondly we ask that you engage with the program and with your fellow participants with respect, valuing diversity and different ways of understanding and working. We expect goodwill from all participants and an honest engagement in the processes. The facilitators will provide a safe and positive environment for participation and dialogue.

Thirdly we ask that you strive to give back what you have gained by your travels by contributing to a better world on your return home through the work of Oxfam or similar organisations. This may be by agreeing to share your knowledge and experience by talking to a wider audience say at work, at church or equivalent or in organisations you are associated with. It may be that you work with other participants from the program to raise funds for organisations like Oxfam for those people you have visited, or become involved in positive change through the campaigning work of Oxfam or others. The number of possibilities is limitless and further suggestions will be discussed during the program in India.

  • Anniversary India 2015

    See the World through different eyes!

    An anniversary travel experience for
      • Those who have travelled with us previously
      • Reliving some of the excitement of the CLP trips
      • Meeting old friends and partners in India
      • Catching up with where Development thinking is at

    NOVEMBER 2015

    BOOK NOW!

    If you want to see the cities & sights, be inspired, see some solutions to poverty and injustice, experience the culture and village life, and travel with others you can talk to, then you may be one of those who would enjoy our ANNIVERSARY JOURNEY TO INDIA.

    This is a unique 18 day travel and learning journey. It is designed for those who have travelled with us over the past 20 years and are keen to reconnect with India, catch up with the development thinking currently as well as Indian friends and guides, and travel with like minded people keen to enjoy each others company. We also welcome partners or those who are coming for the first time seeking a personal experience that covers both urban and rural  India. It will gently open you to the culture, people and development issues in modern India.

    Join us on a journey of a lifetime as we reconnect with people and together experience and discuss India …development …social issues ..life.

    Information on details and costs

© 2011 The Centre for Social Response