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August 09, 2017

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INTERN / VOLUNTEER
Intern/Volunteer With Us
 

EQUATIONS is committed to providing capacity building and learning opportunities to students both domestic and international to gain a critical perspective about tourism policy and impacts by interning with us. The focus of the internship is expected to be on issues connected with our areas of work and priorities. We do make serious efforts to match this with the intern’s skills and interests as well. Would you like to explore this further?  Do write to us at hr@equitabletourism.org.


We do not have the financial resources to offer a stipend but we do provide solid learning opportunities, use of our extensive material and resources and our time to help you learn and contribute through expert guidance (and free lunch!!).

We also welcome requests if you would like to volunteer with us, We are flexible about the amount of time you can spend and the kind of work you would like to do – do let us know if this is something we can take further in a discussion with you. Volunteer work has ranged from helping with Organisation Development to sorting out our news clippings, to proof reading our documents, helping with our website and helping us develop a data base of all our contacts. We are grateful for any volunteer help – do contact us.

Click here to download 'Equations Internship - Volunteer Policy-30 August 2010-EQUATIONS', 14.2KB.

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Examples of Work Interns and Volunteers Have Done in the Past:

2017

Varsha Shrivastava worked with EQUATIONS from 25th May to 25th July 2017 (9 Weeks). She worked on tracking trends on the “Exploitation of Women in Tourism". She is pursuing MBA (Tourism) from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, IGNTU Amarkantak, Noida.

Chaitanya Pramod Pawar
worked with EQUATIONS from 1st June 2017 to 15th July 2017 (7 Weeks). He worked on tracking of Culture & Tourism in India. He is pursuing MBA (Tourism) from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Gwalior.


Hemanta Hazarika worked with EQUATIONS from 1st June 2017 to 15th July 2017 (7 Weeks). He worked on trends and analysis of Religious Tourism in India. He is pursuing MBA (Tourism) from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Gwalior

2016

Anjan Vartak
worked with EQUATIONS from 1st December 2016 to 21st December 2016 (3 Weeks). He worked on the case laws linked to labour and environment for a study on ‘Sustainability of Hotel Chains’. He is pursuing BBA LLB (Hons) from School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru.

Samvit Ganesh worked with EQUATIONS from 5th January to 29th January 2016 (4 Weeks). He worked on "Assessing the implementation of legislation, Policies and Mechanisms in the context of Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism". He is pursuing Law at Jindal Global Law School.

Shiny Yadav worked with EQUATIONS from 16th May to 10th June 2016 (4 Weeks). She worked on "Creating an Image Bank and Photo Stories as well as a Video Catalogue and a 16 short film synopsis.". She is pursuing Bachelors'in combined humanities (history, philosophy and literature) from Azim Premji University, Bengaluru.

Sudarshan Nair worked with EQUATIONS from 11th May to 18th July 2016 (9 weeks). He worked on ‘Developing status report on Child and Tourism with special focus on Tourism in Bihar, Orissa and Kerala’. He was also involved in the documentation of the workshop on ‘Child Protection in Travel and Tourism’ for Accor Hotel – Southern Region. He is pursuing Post Graduate Diploma in Travel and Tourism from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Gwalior.

Abijith Abraham worked with EQUATIONS from 11th May to 15th July 2016 (9 Weeks). He worked on a ‘Report on Rapid Impact Assessment in North Bengal on Gorumara National Park, Jaldapara National Park and Buxa Tiger Reserve’. He was also involved in secondary research on tourism developments in forest areas of Madhya Pradesh. He is pursuing Post Graduate Diploma in Travel and Tourism from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Gwalior.

 

2015

Sidharth Ray worked with EQUATIONS from 22th October to 17th November 2015 (5 Weeks). He worked on "Tracing tourism in the cases filed and decided by National Green Tribunal" with focus on all the Benches of National Green Tribunal - the Principal Bench, the Zonal benches & Circuit Benches. Sidharth is pursuing his BBA LLB (Hons) from School of Law, Christ University.

Harsh Raveendra worked with EQUATIONS during the period 6th May 2015 to 24th July 2015 (12 weeks). He worked on Secondary Data collection and writing notes on various topics related to the Tourism Impact Assessment in Kutch and also contributed to the chapter on the background of tourism in Kutch specifically, the Rann Utsav. He has a Bachelors' degree in Hospitality and Hotel Administration from Institute of Hotel Management, Mumbai. He is pursuing Post Graduate Diploma in Travel and Tourism from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Gwalior.

Vinu Vijay
worked with EQUATIONS during the period 6th May 2015 to 10th July 2015 (10 weeks). He worked on 'Community Based Tourism in Himachal Pradesh with a focus on two ADB projects'. He has a Bachelors' degree in Tourism and Travel Management from Kerala University. He is pursuing Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Services) from Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, Gwalior.

Mansi Koshyari worked with EQUATIONS during the period 27th April 2015 to 4th June 2015 (6 weeks). She worked on 'Update of a compilation of policies and schemes in India' and 'Trends and Analysis of the Uttarakhand tourism policy'. She has a Bachelors' degree in Travel and Tourism Management from University of Delhi. She is pursuing Masters' in Public Policy at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.

2014

Liam Hicks worked with EQUATIONS during the period 10th to 20th March 2015 (2 Weeks). He worked on a Paper on the 'Upcoming golf course in Nongmaijing Ching, Imphal East, Manipur. He has a Bachelors' degree in Geography from University of the West of England UK.

Kavitha M worked with EQUATIONS during the period 1st September 2014 until 31st October 2014 (9 weeks). She assisted on Manuals and Formats in Admin and HR and worked on the Library Catalogue in the Tourism Resource Centre. She has a Bachelors' in Business Management from Bangalore University.

Julie Ouvrard
worked with EQUATIONS during the period 28th April until 20th June 2014 (8 weeks). She worked on a base paper on 'Water and Tourism – Riverfront Development Projects & Tourism'. She has a Bachelors' in Tourism and Development (Higher Institute of Tourism, Hospiitality and Food Studies) from ISTHIA, University of Toulouse-Le Mirali, France.

Dora Berky worked with EQUATIONS during the period 17th of March until the 17th of April 2014 (5 weeks). She worked on 'Documentation and Analysis of International Case Studies of Ecotourism'. She has a Bachelors' in Tourism and Hospitality Management from Budapest Business School, Hungary.

Katarina Jogodnik Vicentic worked with EQUATIONS during the period 20th January 2014 to 26th February 2014 (6 weeks). She worked on a base paper on Tourism and Migration and a compilation of Organisations working globally on tourism. She is pursuing Bachelors' in Philosophy and Economics from the University of Bayrueth, Germany.

2013

Josefine Höller
 worked with EQUATIONS during the period 7th October 2013 to 7th December 2013 (9 weeks). She worked on "Creating relevant maps linked to the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and on a paper titled 'Tourism, Water and DMIC in Rajasthan". She has a Diploma in Geography from Johannes-Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany.

Dinyar Minocher worked with EQUATIONS during the period 2nd September 2013 to 13th December 2013 (15 weeks). He worked on Tourism linkages to Marine Protected Area's (MPA) and concentrated on two case studies: Sunderbans (West Bengal) and the Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park (Tamil Nadu). He is pursuing Masters' in Coastal and Marine Management from the University of Akureyri, Iceland.

Stefan Premer worked with EQUATIONS during the period 2nd September 2013 to 11th November 2013 (10 weeks). He worked on ‘Base paper on informal sector in the tourism industry - with specific focus on 1 sub-sector. He is pursuing his Bachelors' in Tourism Management from University of Applied Sciences - Kempten, Germany.

Rachita Sinha
worked with EQUATIONS during the period 17th June 2013 to 17th July 2013 (5 weeks). She worked on "Tourism Trends and analysis in West Bengal and Orissa (2011-2013)". She is pursuing her Bachelors' in Tourism from Garden City College, Bengaluru.

Deepika R
worked with EQUATIONS during the period 8th May to 28th June 2013 (5 weeks). She worked on ‘secondary data collection to prevent sexual exploitation of women and identifying the gaps in Ujjawala scheme’. She has completed her Masters' in Social Work from St.Joseph's College, Bengaluru.

Aswini Desappa worked with EQUATIONS during the period 16th May to 26th June 2013 (6 weeks). She worked on “Tourism Trends and Analysis in Assam and Gujarat (2011-2013)”. She is pursuing her Masters' in Tourism from Pondicherry University.

Karunya L S worked with EQUATIONS during the period 16th May to 25th June 2013 (6 weeks). She worked on the ‘Secondary data compilation on Limits of Acceptable Change’. She is is pursuing her Masters' in Tourism from Pondicherry University.

Radhika Krishna worked with EQUATIONS during the period 1st May to 30th May 2013 (4 weeks). She worked on the ‘secondary data compilation and analysis of Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project from a tourism perspective’. She is pursuing her Masters' in Development Studies.

Carolina Morales Butron volunteered with EQUATIONS from 7th January 2013 to 18th January 2013 (2 weeks). She worked on documenting information about golf courses in India, and the impacts of golf tourism through secondary sources.



2012

Aditya Prasad 
worked with EQUATIONS from 1st June 2012 to 21st August 2012 (12 weeks). He worked on developing briefing sheets on Forests, Communities & Tourism, Women Street Vendors and Tourism and Public Private Partnership & Tourism that would make our research work more accessible to the general public. He is pursuing a 'Media and Creative Industries Honours' at the University of East London.

Pearl D'Souza worked with EQUATIONS from 10 May and 5 June 2012 (2 weeks). She did secondary research on background materials for a study on 'Economic Impacts of Tourism'. She is pursuing her Bachelor's degree from Mumbai University, India.

Júlia Colomer Matutano worked with EQUATIONS from 6th March 2012 to 30th April 2012 (8 weeks). She did secondary research and literature survey on the Tourism Impact Assessment Framework. She has studied Tourism and International Cooperation for Development Tourism from UNWTO – Themis Foundation, Spain.

Petra Alexandra Maria Jansen worked with EQUATIONS from 1st January 2012 to 30th April 2012 (17 weeks). She worked on developing a framework for monitoring of MNCs (Multi National Corporations) and other large corporations in the tourism industry (Hospitality sector) and on documenting the economic aspects of Mountain Shepherds Initiative – a Community Based Tourism enterprise. She is pursuing her Masters in Leisure, Tourism and Environment at Wageningen University, The Netherlands


Sofia Benita Josefina Kock 
worked with EQUATIONS from January 31 to March 6, 2012 (5 weeks). She did secondary research compiling and analysing data and materials on forests and tourism in Uttarakhand. She is pursuing Masters in Humanities, Cultural Anthropology from Uppasala University, Sweden.


2011

Birsha Ohdedar
worked with 'Economic Impacts of Tourism' programme from 21st November 2011 to 31st January 2012 (12 weeks). He did Compilation and analysis of some specific state land policies and the 'Draft Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement (LARR) Bill'. He is a lawyer in New Zealand.

Linda Boschma
worked with EQUATIONS from 10th August 2011 to 30th December 2011 (21 weeks). She researched on Cruise Tourism and created a database on tourism related policies, plans and schemes in the country. She also contributed to the Right to Water Campaign in Bangalore by collecting secondary information about other such campaigns in India and other countries and created a data base of contacts and campaign materials. She is pursuing Masters in Tourism and Leisure Management with Specialisation in Hospitality International Events from Saxion University, The Netherlands.

Stephanie Bahr volunteered with us from 23 August to September 2011 (3 weeks). She edited and helped finalise a paper based on earlier work on Culture and Tourism. She also worked on initiating an outreach programme in schools on building awareness in children on tourism issues.

Laura Malinverno worked with the Economic Impacts of Tourism (EIT) programme from 11 July to 19 August 2011 (6 weeks). She compiled materials from secondary sources as well as a report on trends and issues on community-based tourism initiatives in India. She also helped us in mapping of the government and private community based tourism (CBT) initiatives and their accessibility using Google Maps and Google Earth. Laura has a Masters' in Economics and Communication-International Tourism from Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugan.

Kinanya Pijl worked with the Child and Tourism programme from 20 June 2011 to 20 July 2011 (4 weeks). She documented issues on ‘Tourism Police’ in India and did a case study on the functioning of ‘Child Line’ in Bangalore. She has a Bachelor Diploma with a major in criminal law and minor in Minor Youth and Crime, Minor Mediation, Module Juvenile law at the Utrecht Law College.


Sabitha Lorenz
worked with 'Ecotourism on the Periphery of Protected Areas: Nagarhole National Park and Mudumalai National Park' from 8 November 2010 to 20 June 2011 – 7 months (28 weeks). Her internship was part of the postgraduate program 'New Passage to India' from the German DAAD. She created visual maps of tourism destinations in Western Ghats, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. She also worked on sections of our Tourism Impact Assessment framework. On field visits to Masinagudi she gathered GPS data on location of hotel establishments.  Sabitha has a Masters in Geography, Tourism Economy and Urban Planning from the University of Munich, Germany
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Neha Marla volunteered with EQUATIONS from 6-21 April 2011 (3 Weeks). She helped in compilation of media articles concerning tourism and stored it in our repository. She prepared PowerPoint presentations on Women and Tourism suitable for an audience of school children. Neha also scanned reports and converted into digital format for the Resource Centre. Neha is one of our youngest volunteers, as she gave us time after completing her Class X exams!


2010


Annika Putz
worked with the Tourism Resource Centre from 12 October 2010 to 21 March 2011 (21 weeks). She researched on issues of culture and tourism, developed a framework for studying this and applied this in a field study to Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India. She has an MA in Ethnology, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

Leonardo Arcati worked in ‘Ecosystems, Communities and Tourism’ programme from 8 November 2010 to 7 January 2011 (8 Weeks). He collated information on Ecotourism Policies and Guidelines of different states. He also analysed the Ecotourism Policy of Tamil Nadu, India. Leonardo has an MSc in Ecotourism, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh.

Julia Buhler
worked with our 'Economic Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from September 29 to November 27, 2010 (8 weeks). She compiled information on projects funded by International Financial Institutions in India, Africa and a few other Asian countries, creating a visual map and a note capturing the trends. Julia is in the 9th Semester Masters Programme in Geography at Westfälische Wilhelms University of Münster, Germany.

Coralie Gainza volunteered with our ‘Ecosystems, Communities and Tourism’ Programme from October 11 to 20, 2010 (10 days).  She worked on a visual map of tourism sites in the Western Ghats. Coralie has a Bachelor degree in Tourism and Event Management, France.

Mannat Randhawa worked with the 'Tourism Resource Centre' from May 11 to June 9, 2010 (4 weeks). She wrote draft synopses for EQUATIONS publications. She is a 1st year Media student from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication (UG), Pune

Kiran Gupta worked with `Ecosystems, Communities and Tourism’ Programme from June 29 to August 20, 2010 (7 and half weeks). Her work was on 'A preliminary study of certification schemes for tourism establishments – Implications for small and communities based operators'. Kiran has a MA International Relations, London Metropolitan University, UK.

Ulrike Repnik worked with `Governance, Law and Tourism’ programme from July 19 to August 13, 2010 (3 and half weeks). She worked on a short research study “Informal sector and women’s realities and rights in tourism” which involved both secondary research and field based research in Bangalore and Goa. Ulrike is a Postgraduate in “Intercultural Competencies“, Danube-University Krems, Austria, and Europe.

Jenny Eriksson worked with ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from April 12 to May 30, 2010 (7 weeks). She worked on a preliminary research on water and tourism with a case study of Goa. Jenny is undergoing a Masters Programme in Human Rights at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.


Mary Dominic worked under ‘Tourism Resource Centre’ Programme from April 15 to April 30, 2010 (2 weeks). Her work was on reviews of tourism films, developing a bibliography of resources on economic impacts of tourism, and uploading our published work in online repositories. Her education - Second Year BA at St Xaviers College, Mumbai.

Rosa Thomas worked under ‘Child and Tourism’ Programme from April 15 to May 4, 2010 (2 and half weeks). She worked on ‘Mapping Child Abuse and Tourism in India’. This was done through accessing secondary data from media sources, reports and EQUATIONS studies. She also helped upload our published work in online repositories. Her education – Second Year Law, ILS Law College, Pune.

Umar Fikry worked under ‘Island Networking’ Programme from April 5 to May 5, 2010 (4 and half Weeks). He researched on tourism development, tourism policy & climate change in Lakshadweep islands with lessons from the Maldives. He also helped upload our published work in online repositories. His Education - Final Year Bachelor’s in Social Work (BSW) course, St Josephs College (autonomous), Bangalore.

Vishal Srinivas worked under ‘Economic Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from April 9 to May 10, 2010 (4 and half weeks). His research was on Corporate Social Responsibility in the  hotel industry. He also helped upload our published work in online repositories. His education - First Year Law, Christ University, Bangalore

Aditya Kini worked under ‘Child and Tourism’ Programme from April 9 to May 10, 2010 (4 and half weeks). He helped develop a frame work on issue of child labour and it links to tourism. His Education - First Year Law, Christ University, Bangalore.


Pilar Durá Yáñez
volunteered with us from January 4 to January 22, 2010 (3 weeks). She helped us update the catalogue of our reports and photo-documented cases of child labour in tourism in Bangalore. Her education – Masters in Cultural Tourism, University of Barcelona. Pilar works as a Tour Leader and Teacher in Alicante, Spain, and was in India as a tourist.



2009
 
Selma Koso
worked under the ‘Child and Tourism’ Programme from September 1 to December 20, 2009 (16 weeks). She did a status paper on ‘Child Pornography and its Links to Tourism’. Her education - Masters Programme in Human Rights, University of Gothenburg in Sweden.


Shirin Bhandari worked under the ‘Women and Tourism’ Programme from October 20 to December 18, 2009 (8 weeks). She contributed to a position paper on ‘Women, HIV/AIDS and Tourism’.  Her education - M.Sc in Social and Cultural Psychology, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Kerstin Dahmen worked under the ‘Women and Tourism’ Programme from May 1 to July 31, 2009 (14 weeks). She did a research study on ‘Women’s Employment in the Tourism Industry’, with particular focus on the Hospitality Industry in Bangalore. Her education - Masters studies in Cultural Anthropology, University of Cologne, Germany.

Aarathi Kumar worked under the ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from June 1 to July 10, 2009 (6 weeks). Her research study was on ‘Developing a Frame Work for Monitoring Corporations in Tourism’. Her education - Masters programme in Economics, IIT Madras.


2008
 
M. Mourya worked under the ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from March 4 to July 15, 2008 (19 weeks). His research study was on ‘Water use by the Hotel sector: A case of Bangalore Metropolitan Region’. His education - B.B.A.(T&H) from National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management (NITHM), Hyderabad.

Anuj Kaila worked under the ‘Governance, Law and Tourism’ Programme from April 23 to May 14, 2008 (4 weeks). His work was on examining the regulatory framework around private public partnership in the context of privatisation of common property resource. His education - BBA-LLB     Symbiosis International University, Pune.

Charvy Hatkanagalekar worked under the ‘Governance, Law and Tourism’ Programme from April 23 to May 14, 2008 (4 weeks). His work was on examining the regulatory framework around private public partnership in the context of privatisation of common property resource. His education - BBA-LLB Symbiosis International University, Pune.

Kranthi Kumar worked under the ‘Andhra Pradesh State Networking’ Programme from March 15 to May 25, 2008 (10 weeks). He assisted in ‘Documentation of Tourism Developments in Kolleru, Andhra Pradesh’. His education - Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)    National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management (NITHM), Hyderabad.

Naitra Muralykrishnan worked under the ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from June 1 to August 14, 2008 (6 weeks). Her study was on ‘Relevance /impact of foreign direct investment on the tourism industry and the fiscal benefits to the industry’. Her education - Master of Public Affairs    LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A.

Jithin worked from September 29 to October 3 2008 (5 days) and worked on ‘Understanding the impacts of tourism in India’, part of the Socially Relevant Project. His education - SDM Institute of Management Development, Mysore.

Renu Jaiswal worked from September 29 to October 3 2008 (5 days) and worked on ‘Understanding the impacts of tourism in India’, part of the Socially Relevant Project. Her education - SDM Institute of Management Development, Mysore.

Sushma N worked from September 29 to October 3 2008 (5 days) and worked on ‘Understanding the impacts of tourism in India’, part of the Socially Relevant Project. Her education - SDM Institute of Management Development, Mysore.


2007
 
Malini Ranganathan worked under the ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ and ‘Karnataka State Networking’ Programme from May 1 October 31, 2007 (26 weeks-part time). She did ‘Research and analysis of the World Bank’s Karnataka Municipal Reforms Project in line with the project goals and objectives’. Her education - PhD student, Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley.

Sinduja Krishnan worked under the ‘Ecosystems, Communities and Tourism’ Programme from January to April 30, 2007 (17 weeks). Her study was on the ‘Tourism Status on the Nilgiris Biosphere Reserve, Tamil Nadu’. Her education - MSc.Environment Management, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, India.

Natalie Stimac worked under the ‘Tourism Education’ Programme from March 5 to April 30, 2008 (7 Weeks). She worked on communication material for Education Kit and on the EQUATIONS website. Her education - Ecole de Management et de Communication (ESM), Geneva, Switzerland.

Padma Srinivas provided HR support by strengthening the system in EQUATIONS on HR Processes from November 30 to February, 2008. She is a senior HR professional working with the corporate sector, Bangalore.

Jayaram Holla developed the data entry base for EQUATIONS contacts, 2 weeks in June 2007. His education - Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

Ujjayini Banerjee helped with the ‘Compendium on SEZ/STZ’ from December 13 to January 13, 2007 (4 weeks). Her education - B.A.LLB, Christ Law College, Bangalore.

Alisha Malik worked under the ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from December 13 to January 13, 2007 (4 weeks). She compiled information on projects of the World Bank and Asian Development Bank. Her education - B.A.LLB, Energy and Resources Group, University of California, Berkeley.

Kumar Shreeang worked under the ‘Andhra Pradesh State Networking’ Programme from January 15 to February 2, 2007 (3 weeks). He worked on a ‘Report on Medical /Health Tourism in India with special focus on Andhra Pradesh’. His education - Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management (NITHM), Hyderabad.


2006
 
Nallika Gajaweera worked under the ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from March 15 to July 15, 2006 (18 weeks). She worked on ‘Bangalore - Garden City Lost? Demystifying Consumerism and Change’. Her education - Fulbright Fellowship to India in Anthropology.

Sujani K worked under the ‘Child and Tourism’ Programme from June 1 to June 30, 2006 (4 weeks). She worked on compilation of materials on child and tourism, mapping of NGO's working on child issues, research and compilation of legal and policy papers on child labour. Her education - Masters in Social Work (MSW), St. Aloysius College, Mangalore.

Rekha K worked under the ‘Women and Tourism’ Programme from June 1 to June 30, 2006 (4 weeks). She worked on compilation of materials on women and tourism, misrepresentation of women in tourism, mapping of women's organisations. Her education - Masters in Social Work (MSW), St. Aloysius College, Mangalore.

Shashikala worked under the ‘Child and Tourism’ Programme from June 1 to June 30, 2006 (4 weeks). She worked on preparatory materials for Child and Tourism Education Kit. Her education - Masters in Social Work (MSW), St. Aloysius College, Mangalore.

Sangeeth Shirodkar worked under the ‘Child and Tourism’ Programme from August 20 to November 30, 2006 (15 weeks–part time). He worked on the Educational Kit for Child and Tourism. His education - BA in Psychology, Sociology, Economics, Christ College, Bangalore (also an ECPAT youth member).

Ida Bohman worked under the ‘Globalisation, Impacts and Tourism’ Programme from November 1 to December 20, 2006 (7 weeks). She analysed impacts of globalisation policies on tourism from a gender perspective. Her education - Lund University, Sweden.