The Young Social Innovators Conclave is a leading disseminative platform that focuses on youth-led social innovation. It brings together practitioners and experts and provides them a setting wherein they can exchange and develop potentially path-breaking ideas that can catalyze social change. The Conclave is held annually in Mumbai.
The first edition of the conclave was held in October, 2014, and was attended by over 300 people. The Conclave featured 60 experts and 50 young social innovators. Read more about the conclave in this report.
The second edition of the conclave was held in October, 2015, and featured both subject experts and young practitioners. The Conclave also featured a live jury where the 2015 cohort of India Youth Fund grantees were selected in open-to-public presentations. What happened in the 2015 Young Social Innovators Conclave? Read more about it here.