We are hiring!!! - Campaign Manager

Campaign Manager to develop and undertake a mobilization campaign to organize pedestrians in the city of Pune with the intention of raising their demand for better pedestrian infrastructure, safety and convenience.
The candidate should


- have experience in advocacy, public mobilization and organization skills
- have strong written and communication skills
- be able to use social media tools
- be proficient in English and Marathi
- be self-motivated and passionate about the cause
Current position is for 1 year, with possibility of extension based on the outcome of the campaign.
Remuneration will be based on experience and skill level.
Any education background is acceptable, but a preference will be given to candidates from social work background.

 

Interested candidates please send your resumes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

About Parisar & history

Parisar is a civil society organization working on lobbying and advocacy for sustainable development. Since its formation in the early 1980s, Parisar has worked in a diverse set of fields such as preservation of heritage, protection of urban bio-diversity, and sustainable agriculture. Since about the turn of the 21st century, its work focuses mainly on sustainable urban transport, since it recognizes that unsustainable transport policies and systems are the foremost threat to urban environment and quality of life. 

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What's new

Throwback to Parisar's first brochure

Parisar was established in 1987 with concern for the urban environment. This brochure from the yester years chronicles Parisar's vision when it was founded, which still guides us in our work.

Interesting reads

The Monster in my City

Cities grow as a collage of numerous layers of history mingled over a period of time. Cities are constructive entities with social, political, economic and cultural values. Every layer that gets overlaid on the city has an impact on its each and every aspect. Most of Indian cities that developed during the colonial era flourished around a core city or old city, a British established estate called Civil Lines, and the cantonment areas. Wherever the British established

Parisar in news

City’s 25 junctions will be remade under new design

A city-based NGO, Parisar, has come up with their own set of urban designs to revamp four major neighbourhoods in the city. The designs have been approved by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) aswell as the city traffic department. Parisar has chosen the neighbourhoods of Kothrud, Karve Nagar, Senapati Bapat Road, and Viman Nagar as these roads see the most number of pedestrians as per the organisation’s study.

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