FLAIR is a voluntary organisation working nation-wide across India to create, nurture and operate spaces for learning and action, where all stakeholders work together in the true spirit of partnership. We work to promote the best interests of marginalized groups and societies. FLAIR is unique in the sense that our reach ranges from the grassroots CBOs and Social Movements to Multilateral Corporations, UN Bodies and Governments, wherein we understand and share our perspectives from the local to the global level.
We focus on the continuous enhancement of our own capacities, facilitating better engagement with our partners, and to ensure that our work stays relevant at all times. We work with strong values of integrity, transparency, and accountability, providing customized and need-specific inputs to our partners and target communities. Innovation and Rigour are our cross cutting core values in everything that we do.
What We Do?
How We Do?
FLAIR’s Mission is to promote and engage in processes of participatory learning and action with innovation and rigour, leveraging the benefits of economic and technological development, for ensuring health, nutrition and education of poor, marginalized and vulnerable people and/or communities and ensuring for them a life with equity, justice, liberty and dignity.Read More
We envision a society that is developing sustainably and where people are participants and beneficiaries in the process of economic and technological development in an equitable manner for ensuring justice, liberty, and dignity.Read More
- What are the requirements of planning for programmes/schemes adequate in terms of quantity and appropriate in terms of strategy?
- Is the money allocated and spent on programmes/schemes adequate to match the requirements in terms of quantity and is the unit cost appropriate in terms of money required to accomplish the task?
- Are the planning, budgeting and sanctioning/expenditure of money appropriately decentralized for efficient and effective performance of programmes/schemes?
- Are the systems of monetary control and accountability by people of India and their representatives functioning properly for the government programmes/schemes?
- What could be appropriate roles of corporate sector for accomplishing the social welfare goals in India?   Read more →
- Health, Nutrition, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
- Child Education and Child Protection
- Agriculture, Renewable Energy and Environment
- Skills Development and Livelihoods   Read more →
- We develop and promote innovative solutions for the cause of society with the help of digital technology. Few of our work on development and promotion of innovative solutions include – “Voice Integrated Browser” (link) and “EzzyPoshan” (link). We are also working to develop a roster system of children of migrant labour in Delhi-NCR, using digital technology so that they can be mainstreamed in regular schools and there learning is ensured in conformity with the RTE Act, 2009.
- We organize workshops, seminars and conferences on the subject of “Digital Media and Society”. We are organizing a National Conference on “Digital Media and Society” in March 2018. The theme of 2018 is – “Digital Media and Inclusion”. (link to conference website).   Read more →