Friday, 3 October 2014

Young Social Innovators Conclave sets the ball rolling for social change in urban India

Young Social Innovators Conclave 2014, India’s largest innovation exchange programme, brings aspiring social innovators who’re working on models of urbanization to meet and interact with field experts. The event is the ultimate confluence of ideas, inspirations and innovations.

A joint initiative by Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation, UN-Habitat, University of Mumbai’s Sir JJ College of Architecture and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, the conclave helps sustainable development models on various relevant topics. Key highlights/Objective: -

1. To create a platform for young innovators to ideate and leverage resource that creates social value and measure social impact.
2. To provide an opportunity for the youth to learn problem-solving and equip themselves to be change-makers of the future, to build teams and networks of like-minded individuals working across institutions and disciplines.

Venue: - Sir J.J. College of Architecture, Fort, Mumbai.
Date: - 10th and 11th October
Timings: - 8.30 am to 6.30 pm

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