Initiatives, Learn and Act

Building Hope: A Volunteer’s Experience During the Lockdown

The novel coronavirus has smacked us right in the face with great uncertainty. The world thrives on planning for the future, often ignoring the present. This virus brought the world to a standstill and compelled everyone to work together and live in the present. The general functioning of systems is being questioned with great force,… Continue reading Building Hope: A Volunteer’s Experience During the Lockdown

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In the Overwhelming Times of Amphan and Covid, We Need Acts of Care

It’s probably an understatement to say that the last few months have been challenging. COVID-19 upturned our schedules, filled us with fear and suspicion and plunged millions of people in India and the world into a crisis affecting access to food, livelihood and standard of living. Physical distancing norms and lockdown have also resulted in… Continue reading In the Overwhelming Times of Amphan and Covid, We Need Acts of Care

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Feeding Stray Animals: an Often Overlooked Way of Reaching Out

It’s going to be 2 months since most countries went under lockdown as a strategy to flatten the COVID-19 curve. While this lockdown has been of major help in controlling the spread of infection, it has also brought with it issues galore. Today, I’m going to focus on one issue that might seem minute, but, to… Continue reading Feeding Stray Animals: an Often Overlooked Way of Reaching Out

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Insights on Care and Connection: An Interview with The Curio-city Collective

How to step out of our bubble and connect with others? This interview with The Curio-city Collective, an online platform on well-being and inter-connectedness in Indian cities gives us some insights.

Causes, Initiatives, Learn and Act, What Can I Do?

Supporting Waste-Pickers during COVID 19 crisis: What can we do?

With our privilege, comes our power to support people who are already marginalised in our society and whose suffering has increased due to the COVID 19 crisis. This post looks at how we can support waste-pickers who perform and essential function in our cities and stand to be deeply affected by the crisis and the lockdown.