Participants reported an 80% increase in awareness about issues of social inclusion such as discrimination based on gender, caste, religion, disability and economic status. 

    70% of participants reported an improvement in their conflict transformation and anger management skills.

    After completing the Tasawwur cycle, the average participant was twice as likely to get involved with making a difference around social issues around them, particularly issues of gender and disability.

    All participants, particularly those marginalised on the basis of gender, religion, or caste, reported a significant increase in their ability to lead change around them.

    85% of participants reported that their personal relationships, particularly those with their parents, improved as a result of participating in Tasawwur. Reasons ranged from the young people’s increased ability to communicate their feelings, to an increased ability to empathise with their parents, to the parents starting to believe in these young people’s potential to create a meaningful life for themselves

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