Sonam Wangcuk - winner of Magsaysay award

By John D'Souza on July 31, 2018 in Learning and Education

Written specially for Vikalp Sangam 

Congrats to Sonam Wangchuk for his richly deserved Magsaysay Award.

The Vikalp Sangam had the opportunity to visit SECMOL, Sonam's expression of his ideas on education. This is a video of our visit: A Visit to SECMOL:https://youtu.be/odcy-GtVZl8

Becky tells us about what they do at SECMOL (the Students Educational and Cultural Movement of Ladakh), and Sonam Wangchuk, shares his take on education through local innovation http://www.vikalpsangam.org/article/secmol/#

(Read about the school - SECMOL)

At the Sangam itself, Sonam Outlines the Ladakh Vision Document https://youtu.be/n9ACwBUSpt8 an effort which outlines a sustainable economics model for the region.

Contact the videographer



Story Tags: alternative learning, localisation, education, marginalised, sustainability, responsible, solar

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