One Future Collective is an organization that works towards building compassionate youth social leadership through the use of art, education, community intervention and policy advocacy – across verticals of gender justice, mental health, legal reform and development policy.

Mumbai, India
+91 9082301339

Capacity Building

At One Future Collective, we look at education as a tool for developing socially conscious leaders. Our educational content and material is geared towards embedding a spirit of inquiry in individuals and our approach towards facilitation is one that fosters co-learning. Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 of the United Nations is quality education, our work focuses on expanding our understanding of education and building a movement that nurtures social leadership while fostering a constant cycle of learning, unlearning and relearning.

Through our work towards quality education we are building a cohort of young social leaders across the fields of gender, mental health, legal reform and development policy. These young changemakers will lead social development across multiple sectors, furthering the other SDGs, especially SDG 5 (Gender Equality), SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth), SDG 10 (Reduced Inequalities), SDG 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities), SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) and SDG 17 (Partnerships for the Goals).

Our specialised curriculums are backed by our Board of Advisors and mentors, all of whom are leading practitioners in their respective industries. We conduct workshops towards building awareness across all our verticals of work, with the aim of facilitating informed social engagement and leadership. We also conduct longer term trainings that engage participants in social impact projects and gives them a more in-depth knowledge of the subject matter.

These workshops and trainings are suited for multiple environments, customized to match unique expectations and needs. We work with educational institutions, workplaces, residential complexes and groups of independent individuals. Before the session, we conduct a needs assessment of the group involved, to customise the curriculum for higher impact and follow that with assessment to gauge impact. The sessions can be conducted in Hindi, English, Marathi, and Malayali. Our workshops and trainings are offered at specified rates, and pro bono on a case-by-case basis.

People Impacted Directly
People Impacted Indirectly
Direct Learning Hours
96 %
Report Increased Learning
90 %
Report Increased Capacity for Leadership
92 %
Report Increased Empathy
Gender Justice

Work towards dismantling gender biases and inculcating a basic understanding of gender, related issues and contemporary debates, while engaging and sensitizing participants, and creating a critical degree of social accountability towards issues of gender justice.

Mental Health

Learning how to create safe spaces to discuss mental health and to provide avenues to find support without judgement or stigma is a core feature of our mental health workshops. These workshops build a fundamental understanding of mental health and contemporary debates, while engaging participants in an in depth study of the technical and medical aspects of mental health. They also incorporate primary skill training to better understand mental health care and management for everyday application.

Legal Reform

Deconstructing the law by focusing on everyday rights and core fundamental rights, our workshops deliver comprehensive legal training. We also offer specialised workshops on decoding specific laws, exploring the current legal system and the need for legal reform. The aim is to develop an understanding of individual and community rights, instill a spirit of inquiry about the legal system and a wish to push legal reforms through civilians demanding change.

Development Policy

Gaining an understanding of the overview of India’s policy landscape and its most pressing issues, fostering solution-oriented ideas and discussions, policy design and implementation training, to more specialised workshops in sub-fields of development policy, for e.g., health policy or education policy. We train individuals on how they can engage with policy through different avenues and build careers in this field, by way of the civil services and otherwise, adding a more professional flavour to the Indian development policy scenario.

We encourage you to check out our FAQs section for further queries, you can alternatively write to us with any additional questions that you may have.  To engage us at your institution or independently, please reach out to us via email at Discussions around rates and seeking pro bono engagements are always open and transparent.

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