Sustaining vision: replication or renewal?
How can schools transform into learning, moving, creative institutions that regenerate from within?
Baala Balaga School’s innovative approach to education puts play at the centre of learning
This equal opportunity school enables affordable access to education. It emphasizes learning that is child-centric, activity-oriented, play-based, ...
The Radical Significance of the DU Photocopy case for Global Copyright
The Delhi University Photocopy case judgment shows how national Intellectual Property laws should be interpreted.
On a sustainable path
Community efforts led by Shivaji Kagnekar have transformed the lives and landscapes in 26 villages of Belagavi district of Karnataka
From Food to Electricity, This School Produces Everything It Needs In Its Own Backyard
“The aim is to produce responsible citizens, who do not only relish the fruits of the earth but also learn to preserve it in return,” says Jenkins.
A silicon tide lifts many boats
Free Software Movement of Karnataka teaches children from the slum how to wield a mouse and use open source software to gain 'whitecollar' skills.
The Sight of a Blind Farmer Gave This Man the Vision to Create a Better Bihar
What do a football programme, a hospital and a vocational training programme have in common? One man’s vision for a better Bihar.
Vidhya Das: Fighting for poor women in India
From educating girls to empowering their mothers, Vidhya Das has spent decades defending the rights of scheduled tribes.
Akram Feroze – The Man Behind “Cycle Natak”
Recently, in a small village one of the kid’s father comes and says to me, “I won’t stop drinking but I won’t drink at home.”