A Fair Chance for Education: Gendered Pathways to Educational Success in Haryana is a five-year action research project that seeks to determine the gendered factors that contribute to educational success for young people in Haryana, India.
Haryana experiences significant gender-based practices that affect the ability of young people to access and remain within the education system, and to progress into higher education. The project therefore focusses on gendered social relations and gender differences in choices, obstacles and opportunities for young people as they progress through the education system, and ultimately intends to devise a programme of actions that can bring about positive social change.
The project design has been developed in collaboration with a core group of Indian partners and The Fair Chance Foundation. In addition, the project incorporates two fully-funded doctorates, contributing to capacity building in Indian higher education.
FCF Project First PhD Student, Anjali Thomas, Passes her Viva and is Awarded ECF IAS Fellowship
Fair Chance for Education Team Presents in Durham University Online Research Seminar
Emily Henderson and Anjali Thomas Present at a Warwick Education Studies Webinar
Fair Chance Foundation Project Receives Impact Acceleration Account Funding
A Fair Chance for Education:
Gendered Pathways to Educational Success in Haryana
Jan 2017 - Dec 2021 (5 years)
Location(s): Haryana, India and UK
Dr Nidhi Sabharwal, NIEPA, India
Professor Nandini Manjrekar, TISS Mumbai, India
WCPRS - Warwick Collaborative Postgraduate Research Scholarships
CES - Centre for Education Studies
Warwick Law School
With additional contributions from the University of Warwick's donor community.
Project code: RLAAA3083