22-23 August Project Workshop, JMI, New Delhi

Workshop Schedule Air Pollution in Delhi: Confronting Challenges and Telling New Stories (22nd– 23rd August, 2022) Venue: Media Resource Centre, AJKMCRC  Registration for Participants (9.00 AM -9.45 AM) 22nd August 2022 Session I: Confronting Challenges: Interventions by Environmental Organizations Date & Time: 22nd August Morning (Offline) 10.00 AM-1.00 PM  Chair- Dr Sabina Kidwai  Sl.No.  NameContinue reading “22-23 August Project Workshop, JMI, New Delhi”

Call for filmmakers: New stories on air pollution-apply by 20th July!

Call for filmmakers based in India and New Delhi as part of our ‘Pollution Stories’ project (pollutionstories.org) Looking for new voices and stories on air pollution in New Delhi. 20th July deadline. Apply now! #AirPollution #environment #storytelling

Recruiting New Delhi-based RA for Environmental Storytelling Project

A chance to join our team! Recruiting New Delhi-based RA for Environmental Storytelling Project (16 months; full-time). Application deadline: 25 May 2022. Role is envisaged for Indian nationals. We are pleased to announce that we are actively recruiting for a full-time ‘Research Assistant’ for “Storytelling for Environmental Change: Tackling Air Pollution in the World’s MostContinue reading “Recruiting New Delhi-based RA for Environmental Storytelling Project”

Being Human 2021: Pollution Stories Films

Environmental Storytelling Tackling Air Pollution: Between Stoke and New Delhi Films from Stoke Stoke-on-Trent by Katy Goodwin Changes by Reuben Winn Up in Smoke by Rowan Fitt Films from New Delhi E-Rickshaws byMoin & Narita Cycling byJishad and Nyshma The Giant Towers (on smog towers) byHeena and Monazza Latent City- Feeding without Footprint (on urbanContinue reading “Being Human 2021: Pollution Stories Films”

Research on environmental storytelling and air pollution showcased at national festival

A Keele University led research on environmental storytelling as an approach to tackle urban air pollution is being showcased as part of the Being Human Festival 2021. The British Academy-funded research project, led by Dr Pawas Bisht and with Dr Eva Giraud (University Sheffield) and Dr Sabina Kidwai (JMI, New Delhi) as co-researchers, is beingContinue reading “Research on environmental storytelling and air pollution showcased at national festival”

Being Human Festival Funding for ‘Environmental Storytelling Between Stoke-on-Trent and New Delhi’

We are pleased to share news that Dr Pawas Bisht has been successful in securing funding from the Being Human Festival 2021 for the organisation of a series of participatory storytelling workshops and a public screening and discussion event; the activity series is titled ‘Environmental storytelling between Stoke-on-Trent and New Delhi: Tackling Air Pollution’ andContinue reading “Being Human Festival Funding for ‘Environmental Storytelling Between Stoke-on-Trent and New Delhi’”