Statement of Working Peoples’ Charter on Coronavirus Crisis If India, with its brittle economy and even weaker healthcare infrastructure, is to survive the current Coronavirus pandemic without complete social, economic and physical breakdown, it will require drastic, radical and – most importantly – timely measures that are commensurate with the scale of the crisis. These … Continue reading Informal workers of India seek safety and financial support from the national government to survive Covid 19 Pandemic
Lakshmi Karunakaran We at Hasiru Dala are deeply saddened to share the news that Shivanna, 15-year-old son of waste-pickers Venkatesh and Narsamma passed away this morning in a hospital in Tumkur. He lost the battle for his life after struggling for over a week in intensive care units in the hospitals of Bangalore and Tumkur. … Continue reading A teenage life lost, due to the lack of safety measures in Slum Rehabilitation Colony
An Interview with Pallavi Chander, who runs the Creative Arts Therapy Programme with the Buguri Community Library. This interview first featured on the IndiaFoundation for the Arts Newsletter, edition 49. This project is made possible with support from RG Cargo, Help For Children in Need, and India Foundation for the Arts, under the Project 560 … Continue reading On Creating a Safe Space with Adoloscents
By Srividya Srinivas As part of my MA Applied Theatre course at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, I was required to do a drama-based project that connects with the practice I intended to develop after completing my MA. Funded by the Leverhulme Trusts, my project with the young people at … Continue reading Placemaking. Community engagement. Belonging.