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COLLABORATION AND NETWORKING TOWARDS ADVOCACY AND POLICY INTERVENTION

Abstract: Collaboration and networking are the oft repeated themes in GC 35 and 36. This paper presents some of the concrete attempts of Madurai Jesuits towards advocacy and policy intervention through collaboration and networking. NEP and NEET are the two issues, taken up for this.

Introduction:

Global Citizenship Programme

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