Monthly Archive: April, 2014

Bells and Bombs

“We try hard to make the best of the little of we have. But our dreams stand at the closed gates of Gaza Strip, they can’t come in and we can’t go to… Continue reading

Uprooted

Our guest blog this week is about the travails of the many children of Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic who became Stateless one hapless day, as the aftermath of a recent constitutional… Continue reading

Thinking Clean & Green

Today is Earth Day, where thousands worldwide are doing their bit to raise awareness on the issue of environmental protection. Here is a  photo-story by our guest blogger and avid photographer Ambuj Dixit… Continue reading

Food For Thought

This article is an adapted version of an op-ed article written by Akansha Yadav for The Hindu in July 2013. It is based on the findings of a pilot social audit carried out… Continue reading

Uncanny thought-resemblance!

  This beautiful word ‘Sonder’ captures our first thoughts when we launched this blog. The romance of resemblance sure feels good! Read it, see it, feel the beauty 🙂        … Continue reading

Without Make-Up: The RTE Act

Institutional capacity and commitment to meaningfully implement social schemes in India have been patchy at best, and effete at worst. This blog-post looks at the state of implementation  of the Right To Education Act;… Continue reading

Claiming NREGA from below

Recently Satyamev Jayate aired an episode on the importance and role of participation and accountability to ensure a well functioning democracy. As the State Programme Coordinator of Social Audit, Accountability and Transparency (SSAAT), Govt of Andhra… Continue reading