office of AIESEC in Mumbai. It is organized with the aim of creating an opportunity for the under privileged children of the city to discover and develop their potential in creative exercises such as Art, Dance, Drama, Music, and Craft. This is done primarily through workshops and training provided by esteemed professionals in the above fields along with AIESECers, youth volunteers and inter nationals from the Global Community Development Program. What is Balakalakaar? www.aiesecmumbai.org
with some hidden talent. At Balakalakaar 2011, we hope to bring out that creative artist and the soulful dancer in every underprivileged child and provide a platform for them to showcase their talents through our workshops, events and competitions. Balakalakaar is also aimed at connecting today’s youth to the less privileged children of the city thus giving them a chance to make a difference! Through this project we take one step forward towards our vision of ‘Fulfillment of Humankind’s Potential’. Why Balakalakaar? www.aiesecmumbai.org
Venue St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai Pre-Events 5 Main-Event 1 Number Of Children Impacted 1300+ Sponsors Colors – Viacom 18 & SBI Media Coverage • News Coverage : Zee News • Live Radio Coverage : Fever 104 FM • Press Coverage : DNA – 1 Article, Hindustan Times- 2 Articles, Yuva – 2 Print Ads + 1 Article • Digital Media Coverage: 18 Screens X 144 (10 Secs) Slots per day. Railway Stations, Café Coffee Days, McDonalds. www.aiesecmumbai.org AIESEC organizes various events with respect to social issues we see around us. Balakalakaar is one the most impact-full Developmental Projects hosted by AIESEC all over India. In the year 2009 AIESEC Mumbai hosted it to impact around 3,000 kids and we did so successfully by having a couple of Pre events with NGO's all over Mumbai and then the main event.
Date 21st December, 2011 Venue K. J Somaya College Of Pre-Events 4 Main-Event 1 Number Of Children Impacted 5000+ Sponsors • Videocon • TATA Motors • Bharat Petroleum • CEAT • VU Media Partners • Big Cinemas • Radio One • DSN • Mingle Box • Mumbai Mirror Online • ELLE In 2010 we decided to make it bigger than ever and we impacted more than 8,000 underprivileged kids in NGO's all over the city. The motive behind this event is to bring out the inner artist in each kid. We give the a platform to showcase their talent. Not only do we encourage talented kids but we also conducted workshops for those who never got a chance to learn
Finals, we hope to give each of the 40 finalists a platform to showcase their talents in the field of Art, Dance and Drama on the big stage followed by an elaborate felicitation ceremony. Through the exciting scholarships we hope to make a long lasting positive impact in each child’s life. Balakalakaar is aimed at developing linkages between today’s youth and the less privileged children of the city and provide them with a chance to volunteer and make a difference! • Workshop Preparation : AIESEC Mumbai & its partners approach the Education Department of Brihanmumbai Mahanagar Palika to secure permission for holding the workshops at the BMC Schools as well as NGO’s to encourage the participation of its children in the event. Extensively orchestrated media promotions through AIESEC Mumbai’s Media Partners. • Talent Discovery Workshops : Basic workshops in the areas of art, dance and drama encouraging the participation of maximum children from 15 BMC schools and AIESEC’s partner NGO’S for the event. Each workshop will be planned in such a way that its both easy to learn as well as to implement for the children. The top 40-50 Students will have the opportunity to be present their talent at the Balakalakaar main event. • The Main Event : Grand Finale where AIESEC Mumbai & its partners announce the impact of the workshops through a detailed Impact report. Opportunity for child finalists to display their talent on the big stage . Most talented children to be felicitated with prizes and scholarships by an esteemed panel of judges and celebrities. Event will be attended by Media, Principals of all participating schools, AIESEC Mumbai’s Ngo partners, Sponsors of the event, youth volunteers, Local Board of Advisors, and all other stakeholders.
3 - Art Workshop Impact Weekend 2 - NGO Workshops / Visits Week 2 – Theatre / Music Workshop Impact Weekend 1 – NGO Workshops / Visits Week 1 - Dance Workshop Auditorium Event Opening Address Key Note Address Impact Report/ Video Dance Performance by Finalists Drama Performance by Finalists Aart ExhibiAon FelicitaAon Ceremony Closing Comments Global Village 15 InternaAonal Stalls 30 InternaAonals 500 Students Display of internaAonal culture What is Global Village? Global village is A cultural extravaganza of youth leaders from across 50 countries and regions, under one roof celebrating Global Citizenship by representing their culture, traditions, cuisines and lifestyles. Our interns set up stalls where they showcase the culture of our country, key speakers attend global village and panel discussions are held where students from colleges all over Mumbai and internationals are addressed. Final Day Agenda
Target Group -‐ Underprivileged Children Total Number of BMC Schools To be Targeted 15-‐20 Total Number of Children to be Impacted 3000 + Minimum Number of Youth Volunteers 400 + Minimum Number of Colleges SupporAng the Event 10 Total Number Of Partnering NGO’s 10 Means of Impact • AIESEC Mumbai’s Impact Weekends with NGO’s • Talent Development Workshops with Partnering NGO’s • Multidimensional College Partnerships to Engage Volunteers • Eﬀective Social Media Campaigns to Spread Awareness • Balakalakaar Final Event Time Period 4th November -‐ 10th December
unique platform for partnering companies and organizations to support the most important segment of today’s society – Children. The support of your organization will provide an opportunity for over 2000 underprivileged children, to discover their hidden talents and develop them with the help of exciting scholarships. The Corporate Social Responsibility support extended by your company would be highlighted through extensive media coverage both prior, on the main day of and post the event Additionally, it lends sponsoring companies an invaluable direct leverage to over 500 youth volunteers & AIESECers Youth Networking: Through the Youth delegates chosen to attend the event, members, trainees and alumni of AIESEC Mumbai and through social media channels before and after the event. Media Leverage: From pre and post event promotional activities. Survey/Research Channels: By event attendees as well as attendees of various pre events Direct Company Involvement: By way of volunteering opportunities , key notes as well as other branding opportunities provided through various avenues of partnership Branding and Visibility: Through the various deliverables AIESEC Mumbai is willing to provide and extensively orchestrated media coverage Youth Networking Media Leverage Survey/ Research Channels Direct Company Involvement Branding & Visibility ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
of individuals with similar opinions and disposition, working towards a single goal - Dignity In Life! Samabhavana Society’s vision is to become knowledge and human rights, non-profit community based organization with core competence on Sexuality and its psychosocial impact on human life. § Balakalakaar Event Planning and Network § Partnership on long term project ‘SMILE’ to be jointly implemented in 150 schools across Mumbai & Navi Mumbai during and a[er Balakalakaar § Theme: Child Protec-on -‐ Good touch vs. Bad touch
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