Position: Research Intern (Female)

No. of Positions: 6

The Research Intern will assist ECF’s Programme Development Manager on Outcome Analysis of Action for Equality programme. The intern will be required to interview program’s beneficiaries – women from low income communities in Pune.  

Location: Pune

Duration: 7 days (3rd or 4th Week of December)

Stipend: Rs. 5000 

Responsibilities: 

Conduct key informant in-depth interviews with the beneficiaries of AfE programme

Develop transcripts for the interviews conducted

Identify and document change stories among participants of AfE program 

Write an article sharing your experience of working in the community

Requirement: 

Excellent written and verbal communication skills 

Fluent in Marathi and English 

Proficient in Microsoft Office

Interested applicants could contact us by November 30, 2011. 

Contact information: 

Rupali Gupta, Programme Development Manager, Equal Community Foundation 

Email ID: rupali.gupta@ecf.org.in / Off. No.: 020 – 4002 42 69 

About Equal Community Foundation 

Equal Community Foundation seeks to create safe and fair communities for women by developing, implementing and advocating programmes that engage men. We seek to end all violence and discrimination against women by disrupting the patriarchal cycle that perpetuates male inequitable attitudes. We strive to nurture a new generation of men who are sincere and active advocates of each others’ and women’s Human and Civil Rights. 

Address: Equal Community Foundation, B9, Aashiyana Park, North Main Road, Koregaon Park, Pune – 411 001. Website: www.ecf.org.in 

About Action for Equality Programme

Action for Equality programme partners with existing community based organizations and places trained mentors into urban low-income communities to support adolescent male peer groups, aged 14-17 through a four-month, practical course on gender equality. Young men uncover the value of equality and through a process of studying and debating the taboo topics that underpin patriarchal society and the suppression of women they learn how to realize substantive change in the community.