Thursday, 03 September 2020 by Bhushan
Hunger and malnutrition is a big problem worldwide. Akshaya Patra has a model that feeds hungry children with nutritious and healty food.
Friday, 24 April 2020 by Neha Singh
By Prajeeth Sitherasenan In December 2019, rumors had started that a new virus was wreaking havoc in Wuhan, China. Before major countries could react, this new virus called COVID-19 or coronavirus had spread to 210 countries, infecting 1.9 million people and killing 120 thousand of them (on the day of writing this blog). Schools around
Friday, 20 March 2020 by Admin
We are living in exceptional times. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, there are reports of racism against the Chinese. Awareness about colonization and racism helps us understand how some of the global inequities of today came to be Here are some ways you can act against racism.
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Friday, 06 March 2020 by Admin
By Neha Singh and Divya Badri This world women’s day, like every other March 8th, women around the globe will come together to share stories of their personal struggles; of their mothers and grandmothers. We get to see how far we have come and how much more is there to achieve. Before we discuss any
Wednesday, 20 February 2019 by Satyadeep Rajan
e one question that has always been at the top of my mind is, "How can we take the ideas that are discussed at Davos and bring it to the average person?"
by Divya Badri I live in Europe and when a detention centre opened in my neighborhood, it caused a strong debate on the potential impact of the presence of refugees on the local community. When I was at Davos, there was a simulation called A Day in the Life of a Refugee. Remembering this debate,
Friday, 25 January 2019 by Admin
by Satyadeep Rajan ‘Davos moments’ as the regulars call them, are when somethings unexpected and big happen to you – meeting a personal hero, or saving a head of state from slipping on the ice. As Davos week winds down, the ritual is to exchange one’s Davos moments with others over drinks. Just as I
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