Former IPS Officer | Chief Servant - We The Leaders
The foundation is being started by like-minded individuals with the aim to contribute our part in making our society and in turn our country great. To do that, we aim to instill a culture of honest conversation, open dialogue and being the change that we want to see. Too much pessimism is being woven into our national fabric with corruption, lack of accountability and zero to nil enlightened leadership continuing to be our bane.
The bulk of talent, that resides in rural India is not finding an outlet to express itself. Its voice remains to be heard and is feeble for a long time. The current growth trajectory that is widening the gulf between the rich and poor, despite the governments’ best of intentions might throw all of the recent decadal gains under the bus, if the course correction doesn’t happen soon. What is most surprising is that people have gotten used to corruption as a way of life and leadership at the political office level is kept at a very low threshold and that enables all the undesirable character to wield power.
Annamalai K speech at
We The Leaders Foundation Launch at Karur, Tamil Nadu
The foundation is being started by like-minded individuals with the aim to do our part in making our society and in turn our country great. To do that we aim to instill a culture of honest conversation, open dialogue and being the change that we want to see.
We as a group believe, time for talk is over and we can get into action even if it might appear miniscule. We will without a doubt do our meaningful part in setting our country onto a path for greater heights. We clearly want to get into three areas that we believe will define the aspirations of ‘new’ India.
Skilling – from job seeking in stage 1 to job creation in stage 2.
Dialogue for Development.
Organic farming, living with needs in control and an alternate model of development.
To facilitate a movement of volunteering
To empower and enable individuals to become positive change agents
To enable institutions to effectively engage community to deliver services
To promote sustainable lifestyles
We The Leaders aims at giving back to the society and has had a very positive impact on the community and this is what I majorly take away from my internship. We The Leaders as a team has been very warm and welcoming to me and has provided me with an encouraging and accommodating environment. It has taught me how to deal with sensitive subjects such as autism and has also allowed me to lend a helping hand. I'm eternally grateful for this internship opportunity as it has allowed me to grow in all spheres of my life.
Avni Verma – Intern at We The Leaders Foundation