A group of diverse youth engaged in music and education started an initiative SHEDO in March 2014, they started to teach school students hailing from marginal communities and slums by innovating in education by making curriculum in music.
SHEDO is a community organization with its value proportion based on the organization’s core belief that the roots of the constitution must be strengthened and folk art and culture must be preserved.
SHEDO was formed in 2014 registered under the society registration act of MP 1973/44 and 12A 80G of the Income-tax department of India, by a group of culturally-minded youth, who wanted some sustainable changes in society through process-based initiatives on education and citizenship with a vision of providing quality education and promoting active citizenship among youth. After Phia Fellowship we went through a revisioning process and decided to work more intrinsically on Constitution through Music with a Vision of “Fraternity and Harmony among all.” In the last 8 years, we have strategically built our key resources in the form of a group of energetic and enthusiastic young men and women and developed youth-centric spaces while working on the co-creation of the cultural-constitutional ecosystem. During this time we have worked directly with 300+ artists, 350+ youth, 5254 Women and 8797 children.
“Fraternity and Harmony among all”
“Nurturing value-based spaces through art & cultural”
“To bring fraternity among all by imbibing constitution in the social fabric through cultural collaborations, and youth leadership”