Whether it is the issue of climate change, or forest
conservation, pollution, or hunger or even the gender divide,
the common denominator is that there are people who are
beyond being held accountable. They are too big, too
powerful, too rich , too well connected. But history shows that
if things are to change, there must always be a coming
together of all affected. This time round however, even those
who are not directly affected must come together , if we are,
in anyway, meant to survive. And this coming together has
All of us, in some way or the other, have been influenced by those before us, our parents, our teachers, mentors who exposed us from a young age to the dichotomy visible around us, and taught us how to observe the many ways in which this fault line manifests itself . And they did not stop here. We were also sensitised to it and taught to connect to everything around us on a personal level.
Here we have a result of this awareness- a diverse collection of first hand experiences, narrated with sensitivity. These experiences are marked with an element of interconnectedness.
Participants came from
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