The concept for Goa’s first zero waste store came about when Jonah and Eldrige felt called towards doing something to save the environment of Goa. Saddened by the garbage situation they saw deteriorating their home, Ecoposro was born, the store’s main aim is to reduce collective plastic consumption.
The talk will focus on the evolution of Wild Otters Research as an organization, the kinds of projects we do pertaining to wildlife research and conservation, what kinds of programs we run to make the organization self-sustainable, how individuals and companies can collaborate and participate, and what future plans we have for the organization.
On January 17th 2016 a Dalit, Phd research scholar, and activist Rohith Vemula unable to bear the persecution from a partisan University administration and dominant caste Hindu supremacists hung himself in one of the most prestigious universities in India. His suicide note, which argued against the “value of a man being reduced to his immediate identity” galvanized student politics in India. Over the last year thousands of students all over the country have broken the silence around their experiences of caste discrimination in Universities and have started a powerful anti-caste movement. The film attempts to track this historic movement that is changing the conversation on caste in India.
Deepa Narayan is the author of the groundbreaking book, Chup: Breaking The Silence About India’s Women based on over 600 interviews with metro women, men and children. It is the first behavioral analyses of educated women and men in cities. Her moniker is Cultural Detective.
Walking BookFairs is coming to 6 Assagao with “Poems on the Road” – a traveling poetry library, bookstore, open mic and poetry readings – to spread love, peace and poetry, 11 am onwards.
Unpacking slow and sustainable travel: What are the biggest problems with tourism today? If travel is inherently disruptive, is there a way to travel that has a positive impact? How do host communities, cultures & environments deal with the impact of scores of tourists pressuring their resources?
Trees are something we often take for granted when they are there and miss them when they are no longer there. They are treated as one treat one’s parents, siblings or spouse. Missed in their ABSENCE, rarely admired in their presence. We admire flowering plants that look pretty but may do us no service at … Continue reading Plant, Nurture, Grow, Love | A talk by Miguel Braganza | 6 Assagao, 17th Dec 2018, 7.30 pm onwards