Tag Archive: Human Dialogue

Is The World Ready For Climate Migrants?

Last month, the pictures of Rohingya Muslims struggling at sea were some of the most tragic and unsettling images to hit the world. With their bodies wasting away and despair in their eyes,… Continue reading

Teaching Quality in India: Does it Matter?

Based on data collected from teachers and children in 227 public and low-fee charging private schools in Andhra Pradesh, India, a recent study by Young Lives India suggests that teaching quality considerably impacts students learning… Continue reading

It’s June 5 and India’s climate future looks coal-grey

As you celebrate World Environment Day, spare a thought for the gritty environmental fight that Mahan’s forest dwellers are waging against corporate greed for coal According to a study released this week, nine… Continue reading

Indian Farmers Protest for Seed Sovereignty on Quit India Day

This year marks the 71st anniversary of the Quit India movement which called for civil disobedience to meet independence from the British rule in 1942. On the eve of Quit India day on… Continue reading

The invisible children of Malaysia

  “One family torn apart by war is too many.” – is the core message of World Refugee Day in 2013. The focus this year is on impact on families forcibly displaced by… Continue reading

Protecting Indonesia’s forests is a global responsibility.

Kwatisore is a tiny coastal hamlet in Papua, Indonesia, famous for the fragrant bark of Gaharu and Moso’oi trees that grow here. For the people of Kwatisore, the business from the trees is… Continue reading