The Mumbai workshop, hosted with Tata Trusts, brought together 50 organizations that do groundbreaking work on issues like improving access to secondary education for young girls and addressing gender-based violence.
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On Jan. 18, the SAI launched the book and exhibition Kumbh Mela: Mapping the Ephemeral Megacity in Mumbai at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya in partnership with the Asia Society India Centre and the Harvard Club of Mumbai.
SAI’s third annual publication is a collection of essays from diverse disciplines about the evolution of technology in the region.
The research project, supported by the Tata Trusts, aims to build knowledge and capacity around three key areas: rural livelihood creation, empowerment of women, and science and technology-based interventions for poverty alleviation.
The capacity building workshop, hosted by SAI and Tata Trusts in Gujarat, brought together over 60 leaders from 50 businesses and non-profits across India who are working towards improving artisan livelihoods.
Global Networking Night events will be held in Bengaluru, Islamabad, New Delhi, and Yangon on January 12.
“We are trying to change the way teaching and learning happen,” says Peter Lauenstein-Denjongpa, HGSE alum and founder and principal of Taktse International School in Sikkim.