Manuski trains, empowers, builds capacities and develops leadership in marginalised communities across India.
Our Vision & Mission
Our vision is for the most marginalised and oppressed to free themselves from material and psychological obstacles and take a lead in creating the foundations of a casteless and classless society imbued with the values of liberty, equality and fraternity as envisioned by Dr. Ambedkar.
Our mission is to develop an All India Network of Social Activists inspired by the vision of a caste-free society and working towards community mobilisation to realise human and civil rights of marginalised people. Click here to Support
NGO MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Conducted by Prof. Bodhidharma Dipankar 14 th May to 17 th May at Manuski Centre , Pune This workshop for 10 alumni looked at the how to start an NGO and the questions that go with that, such as: How to run it effectively? How to ensure society participation? How to […]
State level workshop on Budgets for the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes, as well as the Domestic Violence Act 2005. 25th- 26th March 2019. This was organised as part of the Alumni social fellowship programme Manuski is running, in collaboration with Beva (Buddhist Women’s Leadership Programme). It was held in the State of Telengana. A […]
23rd March 2019 This was a follow up to the work Manuski is doing the with organisation, RIGHTS, based in Kerala, and following up the terrible floods, amongst the most marginalised and discriminated. They tend to live more in the most problematic areas which suffer quickly in any natural calamity. Just going back to where […]
Manuski Centre along with Ashoka Dhammadhut Pune team, Pimple Gaurav, Kadolkar colony, Indrayani Coloni, Yojana Nagar’s Adivasi Bachat Ghat celebrated International Women day 2019. Dh Maitreynath who presided over the one day retreat, gave a talk on the Women empowerment. The Ashoka Dhammadhuta Pune Cluster team members Vajrayaja, Amlajyoti, Deepa also supported the event. Adv Ranjana […]
24th-25th January 2019 This was led by Hozen Alan Senauke and Jill Jameson, two very close friends through International Network of Engaged Buddhists. Although not exclusively a Nagarjuna Institute Alumni programme, it was initiated and organised by women alumni. 19 women explored the role of women in the modern Buddhist world. All the women are […]