UP NEXT AT THE LAB!

September newsletter: Conversations on Water and more!

UP NEXT AT THE LAB!

16 September 2020

This newsletter has a throwback to our June event, The Green Beat, and a quick look at our last event, the launch of Lab head, Parmesh Shahani's book, Queeristan. Read on for blog posts that'll take you through our final two masterclasses with our Leadership Programme batch of 2020 where we spoke to Anushka Shah on civic participation in media and to Smruti Koppikar on cities in crises.

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Queeristan

Queeristan: LGBTQ Inclusion in the Indian Workplace | Global Book Launch

Queeristan

21 August 2020

We hosted the global launch of Parmesh Shahani's Queeristan: LGBTQ Inclusion in the Indian Workplace. We were joined by Grace Banu, Rafiul Alom Rahman, Neelam Jain and Ritesh Rajani for a power-packed adda on Queer Futures following the launch of the book. 

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Previously at the Lab

THE GREEN BEAT WITH SONALI PRASAD

Previously at the Lab

26 June 2020

The Green Beat was our first ever virtual event held on June 26, 2020. This was a retrospective exploration of intersectional environmentalism, conservation, and immersive storytelling with environmental journalist and researcher, Sonali Prasad. Sonali spoke about spoke about 'slow' journalism, how to contextualise aid efforts, disaster management and 'parachuting' when it comes to writing about communities and environmental justice. The Green Beat is supported by the India Climate Collaborative.

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COVID-19: RELIEF EFFORTS AND RESOURCES

Support these important initiatives now

8 April 2020

As we collectively face the challenges posed by Covid-19, we have put together a list of relief efforts driven by our friends and collaborators that aims to shape a more hopeful and resilient future for us all. Please do contribute in whatever way you can.

 

 

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LIVE NOW!

THE MEME PROJECT

LIVE NOW!

3 June 2020

The Meme Project is an online, transmedia project created by the Leadership Programme batch of 2020. Explore memes through the Fellows' lenses of culture studies, literature, mass media, design, and applied art. Watch this space for more on how they examine and demystify them!

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