Misaal also seeks to build the capacity of national, state and local stakeholders, on minority rights and better delivery capacity for programmes for minorities and marginalised group.
We have delivered training, among others, on post-communal violence relief and rehabilitation, to new entrants to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS Phase-I training, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Musoorie, Uttar Pradesh; 21st May, 2015)
Rehabilitation after violence (Click link to download report)
In the past, we mentored Afkar India Foundation (Kandhla, Shamli district, UP) and Astitva Samajik Sansthan (Pur Qazi, Muzaffarnagar district, UP), as part of a long-term project supported by Action Aid India, Oxfam and Islamic Relief Worldwide, to hand-hold and capacity-build the two grassroots organisations, to better support survivors of communal violence obtain their rights and justice. This work piloted the model of community capacity-building for rights and justice for minorities, that Misaal is implementing across multiple sites. (click link below to download report)
Report of the aftermath of violence in villages in Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts of Western Uttar Pradesh, India; and civil society response for survivors’ struggle for justice, rights and peace.
Misaal is currently working with Government of Bihar (Minority Welfare Department), to build the capacity of its district agencies and officers to design, plan and implement Multisectoral Development Programme (MsDP) – the flagship programme for minority development.
MsDP Workshop Bihar (Click link to download report)
Misaal also works with CBOs of poor dalits and other grassroots networks in Bundelkhand (UP), to build local community capacity to plan; design interventions; and advocate for dalit rights, and that around farmers’ distress more recently. This work involves our providing training, handholding and mentoring support to Vidhya Dham samiti, Atarra (Banda), and the Bundelkhand Jan Pairwi Manch network.
Reform of Bundelkhand Package.pages (Click link to download our report on reforms to the Bundelkhand Package)