Globalizing Gandhi: Human Rights and Social Responsibility 2014
Want to be part of an engaged group of international young change makers?
Would you like to experience India’s beautiful and unique culture first hand while living with a…Read more
If you are an experienced and passionate secondary school teacher in Ahmedabad, apply to be a Faculty Fellow with Independent Thought and Social Action (ITSA) International, an education reform organization running social action training camps…Read more
ITSA runs year long workshops that are aim to develop thinking skills and a sense of social responsibility in the workshop participants. Read more about our workshops at student workshops.
Workshop Series #1:
Societal Change Through Art: By teaching…Read more
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, intern with ITSA!
After another successful summer with interns from institutions, like Swarthmore, Bard, Middlebury, University of Chicago, Emory, Williams College, St. Xavier’s College, and Bard High…Read more
ITSA pairs up its workshop participants with activist mentors in US, UK and India. The mentors guide the mentees through their respective social action projects. This program provides the scope for two completely unrelated people…Read more
Parents are the first point of contact for most of the students and as a result of which they do play a strong role in moulding the child directly and indirectly. We run workshops for…Read more
Teachers form the most important part of our educational system. We fly in professionals from the US and UK that provide teachers with the tools to promote critical thinking in their classes.
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Sparking the flame of critical thinking and empowerment among young adults, Independent Thought & Social Action (ITSA International) is an education reform organization that helps youth convert their ideas into action turning them into entrepreneurs for life!
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