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Hanns Seidel Foundation India

Hanns Seidel Foundation India
F - 158 Malcha Marg, 1st. Floor
Chanakyapuri | New Delhi 110021
Tel.: 0091 11-41680400/01/02
Fax: 0091 11-41680405
E-Mail: delhi@hss.de

Partners

Hanns Seidel Foundation in India works at present with the following partners:

Centre for Environment Education (CEE), was established in August 1984 as a Centre of Excellence supported by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. CEE, a national institution with its headquarters in Ahmedabad, has a mandate to promote environmental awareness nationwide. CEE is affiliated to the Nehru Foundation for Development and inherits the rich multi- disciplinary resource base and varied experience of Nehru Foundation for Development. more...

Centre for Social Research (CSR), New Delhi, is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation. Centre for Social Research (CSR) is dedicated to creating a violence-free, gender-just society through social research, capacity building and advocacy. CSR works to empower women and girls of India, guarantee their fundamental rights, and increase understanding of social issues more ...

Federation of Indo-German Societies in India (FIGS), established in the year 1971 with the principal objectives to strengthen the existing friendly relations between India and the Federal Republic of Germany and to promote and develop relations between India and the Federal Republic of Germany in literary, cultural, social, commercial and industrial fields, and explore and develop new areas of mutual cooperation, understanding and goodwill. more...

Sakhi Women's Resource Centre (SAKHI), was initiated in 1996, with the intention of facilitating, supporting and networking grassroots women’s groups in Kerala with information dissemination, capacity building and leadership development of women, gender based violence prevention and interventions, policy advocacy and campaigning on women’s issues. more...

Society for Integrated Development Activities, Research & Training (SIDART), Jaipur is a voluntary organisation, which was formed in 1998 with a goal to improve the economic and social position of marginalised groups in urban slums and in the villages of the federal state of Rajasthan. Their special focus is on women and children. more ...

Hanns Seidel Foundation in India had worked in the past with the following partners:

Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development (CRRID), Chandigarh, an autonomous research institute, was registered in 1978. It is among the 27 research institutes in the country supported by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi, more ...

Centre for Security Analysis (CSA), Chennai started its work in 2002 in Chennai as an independent not for profit think tank organisation for research and education in the field of Security. Within a short span of few years, CSA became a well renowned think tank and a platform of nation and international experts to exchange views. more ...

Delhi Policy Group (DPG), New Delhi was formed in 1994. Over the years, it has become a renowned and effective think tank organisation in Delhi, which predominantly is active in political security issues. more ...

FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO)
, New Delhi was established in 1983, as a division of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and industry (FICCI). FLO has a pan India presence and works to promote entrepreneurship and enhance vocational qualification in women. more ...

Shree Shakti Consciousness Foundation (SHAKTI), New Delhi was founded in June 2005 and is working in JJ Clusters (slums) of the National Capital Region with an aim to strengthen professional, civic and social skills of the people in order to facilitate them an independent, self determined life. more ...

Young Women Christian Association (YWCA), New Delhi is active in more than 120 countries world-wide and brings more than 25 million women together. In India, YWCA dates back to 1875 when the first local association was established in Mumbai. YWCA of Delhi working at a local level was affiliated to the national YWCA movement in 1912. Now it has a national network of over 81 local associations. In Delhi, the association has its own Institute of Management & Professional Training, a hostel for employed women and a guest house for visitors. YWCA in Delhi has more than 160 employees. more ...