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Indian Traditional Arts - 5R (Research, Revive, Rejuvenate, Restore and Retention)
Description/achievement of initiative

(a) To plan and carry out activities related to Indian Traditional Arts such as Silambam, Kuttu Varisai, Traditional Yoga and Varma Kalai. (b) To promote, encourage and develop training at ALL Nationals, Continents and International. (c) To support, promote and uphold the highest Indian Traditional Arts Service standards and professional ethics of trainings in accordance with Governments, NGO's and International Standards. (d) To provide information, management, training and networking for Arts, Sports, Educational, Heritage, Culture, Development, Governance, Humanitarian and Community Service industry compliance. (e) To foster and strengthen links with worldwide NGO's to exchange knowledge, experience and resources.

Implementation methodologies

The functions of the Association are as follows: (a) To work towards a professionally successful, reputable and responsible. (b) To develop and enhance the education, training, management and Charitable or Business expertise of Indian Traditional Arts, Sports, Educational, Heritage, Culture, Development, Governance, Humanitarian and Community Service professionals. (c) To serve as an authoritative and representative platform for Indian Traditional Arts, Sports, Educational, Heritage, Culture, Development, Governance, Humanitarian and Community Service industry. (d) To elect members to represent the Association in any competition or activity of Silambam, Kuttu Varisai, Yoga (Traditional Yoga) and Varma Kalai (also known as Varma Vidhya). (e) To join a representative body at the National, Continent and International levels. (f) Acting as a body designing, managing, promoting and managing Silambam, Kuttu Varisai, Yoga (Traditional Yoga) and Varma Kalai (also known as Varma Vidhya) training at the National, Continent and International levels. (g) To create and create awareness on the importance of rules and laws of Indian Traditional Arts, Sports, Educational, Heritage, Culture, Development, Governance, Humanitarian and Community Service among members. (h) Conduct courses and training among members. (i) Organize or help organize and host competitions for Silambam, Kuttu Varisai, Yoga (Traditional Yoga) and Varma Kalai (also known as Varma Vidhya) exercises at National, Continent or International levels. (j) For facilitate our programs in the form of Indian Traditional Arts, Sports, Educational, Heritage, Culture, Development, Governance, Humanitarian and Community Service at a Charitable, Schools, Institutions, College, University, Business or Company, Club, Trust, Society, Association, Federation, Foundation and; or any related Organisations in any other good-will community work of World Silambam Association, the Association shall obtain approval from their governing body in representative country. (k) Solve internal issues and conflicts involving members. (l) Maintain good relations with its governing body / representative and Art Association or other agency. (m) Ensure selection procedures to represent the Association to the participating competitions are open and fair. (n) Ensure that every program and activity shall be based on this constitution and the regulations thereunder. (o) Ensure that the Constitution and the rules of the Association are followed and followed by all members. (p) Ensure the report of the audited activities and financial accounts for the previous financial year is provided. (q) Ensure that Charitable or Business activities undertaken to supplement the Association's finances do not conflict with National law and International law.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

The Office Bearer may adopt a Governance Manual which may contain regulations, policies, standards, procedures and guidelines, in so far as these are not contrary to the law or this Constitution or Regulations adopted by the Annual General Meeting (AGM) or Extraordinary General Meeting as described in this Constitution of Articles. The Office Bearer may amend or repeal such Governance Manual at any time accordance to Law and Principles set with United Nations Goals.

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

The powers of World Silambam Association are exercised by its organs, namely: (a) Office-Bearer (OB); -Founder and Chairman (Primary), -Deputy Chairman, -General Secretary, -Deputy General Secretary, -General Treasurer. (b) Executive Committee (EC) - seven (7) Members; (c) Silambam Commission (SC); -Public Relationship Officer (PRO), -Organising Commission, -Medical Commission, -Athletes Commission, -Para-Silambam Commission, -Women Commission, -Children Commission, -Inclusion Officer, (To disseminate information and provide advice on matters relating to the inclusion of children and young people with additional needs in the childcare settings of voluntary, independent, private and maintained sector. To keep up-to date and work within relevant legislation, guidance, policies and strategic plans.)

Partner(s)

World Silambam Association (WSA), Silambam ASIA, Silambam, Malaysia Association of Silambam ASIA
Progress reports
Goal 8
Goal 9
Goal 16
Goal 17
Dec 2018
World Silambam Event 2018 (Madurai - India)
July 2019
1st. World Silambam Congress 2019 (Sarawak - Malaysia)
In-kind contribution
General Public, Delegates from clubs or associations, Trainers
Other, please specify
Students Fees Collection

Basic information
Time-frame: December 2018 - December 2025
Partners
World Silambam Association (WSA), Silambam ASIA, Silambam, Malaysia Association of Silambam ASIA
Countries
Contact information
Murugan Chillayah, Guruji, murugan@silambam.org.in
United Nations