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Constitution Connect

Students are the future of the nation. They are, in fact, the foundation on which a strong, vibrant and dynamic India shall be built. Education should be imparted with a view to the type of society that we wish to build. We are working for a modern democracy built on the values of human dignity and equality.These are only ideals: we should make them living forces. Constitution Connect is an exciting opportunity for the youth to explore their role as citizens, deepen their understanding and play a constructive role in addressing civic and social issues in our communities.

Constitution Connect Campaign: Season 4

26th November 2015 – 26th January 2016

It was on 26th November 1949 that the Constitution of India was enacted. Two months later, on 26th January 1950, it was brought into force. These two months were crucial in our history as the period of moving from intent into action. So, are these two months still relevant today for us as citizens of this democratic republic – now in its 66th year? The Constitution Connect Campaign is founded on this very question. WTP’s celebration of 26th November as the Constitution Day culminated into the Constitution Connect Campaign in 2014-15 and this year again, we celebrated Season 3 of this campaign between 26th November 2014 and 26th January 2015.

In the North Secretariat, this period saw a number of Citizen Cafes to build new partnerships, to sensitize citizens about the constitution and also the focus was on our national campaign “Constitution Connect Campaign 2015 – 2016”. We got big partners like SCERT Haryana which enabled us to reach out to a large group of citizens in one go. The ripple factor generated out of such partnerships made us more visible in the secretariat region.

In the West Secretariat, we, for the first time interacted with the law students in Pune. A CC organised at MMCC Law College witnessed a big outreach of first year law students who study constitution as part of their syllabus too. Another group of young students were part of CC at Shailendra College in Mumbai.