- At Inspire Change, we just do that.
- Kobe Bryant
- Mahatma Gandhi
As our name suggests, we empower those who inspire change for the betterment of our country.
We provide consulting to NGOs, Government Organisations, and MNCs on various things including policy making, public outreach, and constituency development to bring about a positive and effective change. We also take workshops to improve awareness in the society about social change and how every individual can contribute in this process effectively.
Inspire Change believes that politics goes much beyond policy development and is heavily reliant on participation and engagement of wider citizenry. It is with this belief that we help parliamentarians in identifying the major policy changes that are required for the development of the constituency and improve interaction with constituencies to understand their needs and concerns. Thus, Inspire Change has developed a dual-action plan, one which not only helps the representatives of the people in active participation but also intends to achieve public engagement in policy decisions.
Inspire Change works on bridging the communication gap between MPs and the constituency through technology, which otherwise is detrimental to the public at large. We do this by improving the social media presence, thereby scaling the engagement with the public on important policy decisions, feedback on the work, and addressing major issues arising among the minds of people. Our efforts focus on complementing the current capital intensive campaigns with the latest technological advancements.
Small acts when multiplied with millions of people, can transform the world
Like a tree, the world’s largest democracy gains its strength from its 543 constituencies, forming its roots. Keeping this in mind, Inspire Change works on the most pressing issues in the field of technology, climate change, health and education which need immediate attention in a constituency. We work by engaging different stakeholders including corporates, NGOs, educational institutes, etc. We use the on-ground data of major developmental work done and undertaken per constituency and identify areas requiring public engagement.
We are coming up with workshops and initiatives to generate a broad and common understanding of the key issues and challenges of designing policies that support the cultural and creative sectors by
- Improving the professional capacities of public authorities in the design, planning and implementation of policies
- Disseminating the knowledge, share best practices and experiences gained