Centre for Social Education and Development

Works for the rights of children, adolescents, youth, women, dalits and textile workers through awareness and capacity building

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  • Headquarters

    Avinashi, Tamil Nadu

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CSED was established in 1987 by a group of socially concerned persons with varying skills, knowledge and experience. It has been involved in promoting Read more change and development for the communities to become socially aware and self-reliant. It started its work with the motive of empowerment of Dalit Youths and moved on to the issues of child labour, child rights, child participation and children-led organizations. It is also interested in child protection issues and is working towards promoting the concept of child-friendly families, schools, and Panchayats. Right now, our children/youth have become part of the ‘Global Change Makers Movement’ which is based in The Netherlands. CSED has also been involved in organising women as well as promoting leadership among them. It has gained the expertise of working in disaster situations too by providing necessary psycho-social care and support. The environment is another area of concern and interest. Another important point of focus has been on promoting and protecting young workers' rights in the textile industry with a special focus on women. A multi-pronged strategy has been adopted in all our programmes and actions. Gender is a cross-cutting issue for CSED. Another unique feature of CSED is its micro and macro level linkages and involvement.


  • Running a 24 x 7 Child Helpline – 1098 for Tirupur district in Tamilnadu

    It is initiated and supported by the Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD), Government of India.

  • Managing a 24 x 7 Child Help Desk (CHD) in Coimbatore Railway Station, Tamilnadu

    This is a cooperative endeavor between the Ministry of Railways and the Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD). The goal is to guarantee the safety, security, and well-being of unaccompanied, runaway, and trafficked children who come into touch with railroads, with a particular emphasis on migrant children and teens.

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  • Mr.C. Nambi

    Executive Director

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  • Headquarters

    3/1065, Bharathi Nagar Attaiyampalayam, Avinashi, Tiruppur, 641654


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