on Climate Action


The planet is getting hotter. Resources are getting more limited. Pollution and consumption is on the rise. Across the world, quality of life and access to education, employment, healthcare and opportunities is getting severely impacted. In India, over 600 million lives are at risk from the effects of climate change and we lost Rs 62,000 crore in 2017 because of extreme weather events.

A key aspect of climate action is to inform, empower and mobilize young leaders who can create practical solutions, engage with decision-makers and masses alike, and build policy. Which is where the Youth Ki Awaaz Action Network comes in.

As a part of its 3-day residential bootcamp, you get to learn how to mobilise and organise more young people to join your movement, build a media and public narrative around your issues, create effective and engaging campaigns, as well as create decision-maker engagement that leads to policy impact and action.

If you are eager to address issues around the climate crises, and want to learn key campaigning, policy action and public narrative building skills, this is an opportunity for you to be a part of a network and amplify your impact.

Workshop Application Deadline: November 15

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What You Stand To Gain

Build Knowledge

Informing and building a solid knowledge base on India’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution, net-zero emissions by 2050 is critical, global warming of 1.5°C​, and the impact it all has in the local context.

Creating Policy Action

Power mapping and identifying relevant stakeholders and how you can engage them to create hyperlocal policy-level impact.

Changing Media Narrative

Working with local media organisations to enhance awareness on local climate issues often ignored by the mainstream and creating an active mass conversation.

Economics Of Climate Change

Understanding how climate change directly affects local economies and its intersectionality with other local issues.

Building A Citizen-Led Movement

Organising local residents into pressure groups who can lobby with diverse stakeholders to drive impact.

Leveraging Social Media

Leveraging different social media platforms and creating platform-specific content that communicates the campaign in the most powerful manner.


Learn from some of the best campaign, media, and public policy experts in the country.


Workshop Application Deadline: November 15

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Who Should Apply


Changemakers between 18-30 years who are either running their own citizen-led movements, have worked extensively on an issue with an organisation, a media person covering the issue, or someone with a bold idea.


Should be committed to carrying out their project for at least 6 months with a minimum of 10 hours per week.


Should have an active social media presence on at least one platform with a basic understanding of how platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat work.


Must possess a working knowledge of both Hindi and English - sessions can be bilingual.

Upcoming Action Network Workshops



November 23-24

Deadline: November 15

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No. Once selected, you will be given an accommodation and meal scholarship. You will have to only pay for your travel.

The training workshops are three days, following which, you will be expected to work on your project for at least 6 months.

No. They will have to sepearately apply to attend.

After the training and completion of pre-decided benchmarks, you will be eligible to apply for the grant.

Are you the changemaker we are looking for?

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