Established in 1997, the Gender Training Institute (GTI) works to facilitate women’s empowerment and social justice through capacity building and training-related activities. In an effort to mainstream gender in all aspects of development, GTI conducts long term training programs in parallel with stand-alone capacity building trainings, awareness generation programs, and continuous development of new training materials.

GTI believes that training is not an end in itself, but part of a larger process of learning and change. Every one of us is a potential participant in gender training, and we all can benefit by questioning some of our most embedded and fundamental assumptions about the world around us. Grounded in the realities of the existing social fabric, GTI's trainings explore the gendered interactions taking place in broader areas of life such as media and culture, economy and politics. Participants develop leadership skills and the ability to address gender issues in the context of their own lives and that of larger society.

GTI has trained individuals and group organisations from a range of professional sectors, including government officials, educators, law enforcement officials,

international development specialist, corporate agents and non-profit actors. Additionally GTI is also involved extensively with a water conservation project in Rajasthan, which aims to train women elected representatives, to effectively use the environment for their benefits. The Water Conservation Project, in association with Hans Seidel Foundation, has the core belief that gender and environment are inextricably linked and aims to empower women with knowledge of climate change and water management.

Our recent collaborations with ICAI, SPUWAC, police academies and many others show that gender sensitization is the need of the hour in all kinds of contexts- be it the government or private organizations, educational institutions or police academies.

Visit our website www.GenderTraining.in to know more about Gender Training Institute

Research Department

We at CSR believe that the pursuit of knowledge should be a socially relevant activity. We’re dedicated to promoting the interdependence of research, action and sustainable development. As the role of social institutions in processes of social change widens and deepens, it becomes even more vital to relate theory to practice by combining empirical research with action-oriented programs. Read More...

Research Department

Media & Communications

Founded in early 2010, our media and communication team works to communicate CSR's message of women's empowerment consistently and effectively, thereby creating opportunities for both our constituents and supporters while developing and deepening CSR's relationship with society at large. Not only do we carefully craft and streamline both our internal and external flow of communications, Read More...

Media & Communications

Development Department

CSR’s development department aims to better the situation of women in India by bringing about practical and tangible changes at the grassroot level. The division has a bottom-up approach in empowering women, and encouraging their participation as stakeholders in processes of change. In order to secure, protect and make full use of their rights, women must be empowered to participate in politics. Read More...

Development Department

Gender Training Institute

Established in 1997, the Gender Training Institute (GTI) works to facilitate women’s empowerment and social justice through capacity building and training-related activities. In an effort to mainstream gender in all aspects of development, GTI conducts long term training programs in parallel with stand-alone capacity building trainings, awareness generation programs, and continuous development Read More...

Gender Training Institute

Publications

Annual Report

Repository of organization's activities since the year 1983. Reports and analysis of activities undertaken for women empowerment and social change.


Annual Report

Newsletter

Concise brochures of the organization's performance, on a quarterly basis.


Newsletter

Research Studies

Detailed research reports on Indian women's socio-cultural and legal complexities.


Studies

Books

Copyrighted publication and books written by Dr. Ranjana Kumari, on the socio-cultural, political and legal problems of Indian women.


Books

Second Wind

Social Surfing

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