Technical and vocational education

Returning to the Fold. ©Shilbhadra Datta 2011
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Subtitle: "How out-of-the-box thinking and a unique approach towards recovering substance users produced surprising results".

In 2009, UNESCO supported India's Society for Community Intervention and Resarch (SCIR) to establish the project "Mainstreaming of recovering drug users with vocational education and livelihood skills through capacity development programmes'. The aims of this project is to ensure the social and economics reintegration of drug users through education. The focus was on strenghthening partnerships and widening the network of educational providers, so that participants could benefit from good basic and vocational eduction opportunities.

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Place/Country: India
Type: Documentary
Credits: Clarity India, director. Society for Community Intervention and Research (SCIR), India, producer. UNESCO, co-producer.
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Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 193075
Rights/Droits: Society for Community Intervention and Research (SCIR), India

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