This film is about Manavodaya - a people based approach to social change which has empowered some of the poorest women in India.
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Carl Poll provides a brief outline of the innovative work of the Manavodaya Institute of Participatory Development.
Carl Poll introduces the work of Manvodaya and outlines the art of facilitation and the 8 rules for action
Varun Vidyarthi and Patricia Wilson explore the power of group reflection for achieving sustainable change in all forms of human development
Erna H. Majormoen explored whether the principles of development from within, taken from Manavodaya, could be quickly shared with social work students in Norway
Pete Richmond sets out what we can learn from Manavodaya a development organisation based in India and the UK, in relation to the idea of personalisation.
Carl Poll and Varun Vidyarthi describe the quiet revolution of participatory development, began by Manavodaya, in Uttar Pradesh, India
Varun Vidyarthi outlines the Eights Steps in Action - the actions that underpin effective self-discipline for facilitators
Pete Richmond explored, with colleagues on Tyneside, how Manavodaya's Eight Steps of Action help to promote appropriate facilitation
Kabanda Mwansa shares his experience of participating in the People Based Development course held at the Manavodaya Institute in India.