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The Happiness Project: How an American Filmmaker Came to Understand Life Skills Education in New Delhi

In July of 2018, the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi launched a […]

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Through the Lens: A Toolkit for Preserving Dignity Through Adversity in Development Sector Media

“Good intentions aren’t good enough if they are pursued with little or no understanding of […]

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Of Goats and Kids: Finding Unlikely Friends

People kept on telling me over and over: “To get to the adults, go through […]

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Building Home: From New York to Khandar, Rajasthan

I had been waiting for what felt like months, but was actually just a little […]

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A Tour of Khandar: Part 1

Ranthambore National Park is the highest grossing national park in India by revenue, and the […]

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A Single White Football: How a Community Photography Workshop Encouraged the Emergence of Self and the Ownership of Narratives

In Transit Tales: A Guide for Creating Participatory Photography Projects with Migrants and Refugees, the author recounts […]

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The Scavenger Worker and Me: A Story of Lost and Found, Part 2 – Deliverance

For Part 1, please read here.   INTERLUDE Meanwhile, the update landed hard in the […]

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The Scavenger Worker and Me: A Story of Lost and Found, Part 1 – First Contact

PONDICHERRY (8 DECEMBER 2018) My phone vibrates with an incoming message. It’s just past 7:30 […]

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Foregrounding Adversity: Dissecting ‘Pathos,’ a Mode of Persuasion

Recently, while browsing the internet on my cell phone I was met with an advertisement. […]

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“A Recipe to Thrive:” How the Shared Ownership of Stories Changes the Script of Adversity

“Package for you, Christopher, sir.” I look up from my work station. Hovering before me […]

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