CRY Research Fellowship
In 2007, CRY created and awarded the first National Child Rights Research Fellowships to six individuals. The idea was to provide an opportunity for Indians willing to invest time and creative energy to explore the issue of what is in the best interest of children.
CRY is happy to announce the awardees for the National Child Rights Research Fellowship (NCRRF)
- Taruna Jain who will be studying “Deconstruction and construction of Self and Identity amongst Adolescents in Mohallas”.
- Ponnambily Chandy for a study on “Determinants of health and vulnerabilities among children in slum areas in Chennai”.
- Hemlata Kansotia who will be looking for keen insights into “Is the `Best Interest Principle’, a value, a constitutional right, an interpretative advocacy instrument or a rule of law?”
- Tanya Anne Pinto to undertake research on “The Onus of Orphanhood: A Qualitative Study to assess discrimination and vulnerability of orphan students in Public schools”.
- Baba Mayaram, who will do a study on “The Nutrition, Health And Education Status Of Children Of The Rajjhar Community Of Madhya Pradesh”.
We wish them all the very best in their endeavour to study childhoods in India.
To know more about how you can apply for the CRY Research Fellowship 2015-16 click here.
To know about our previous year’s fellows and view their reports, please click on the links below:
CRY Media Fellowship
The National Child Rights Media Fellowship creates a community of journalists from diverse media print and electronic who through their CRY fellowship journey become committed and passionate advocates for child rights.
To know more about the media fellowship 2015-16, click here.