Minorities and Migrations talk | 15th June, 2020

“Migrants (and refugees) are not pawns on the chessboard of humanity”, quoth Pope Francis. Yet very often, they are. Globally, migrations fulfil different needs: economic, social, or political, and allow societies to assimiliate and forge heterogenous identities. A plural society needs to be mature, responsible, and should legislate mechanisms to avoid the neglect and demonisation … Continue reading Minorities and Migrations talk | 15th June, 2020

Searching for Water |#mondayfixgoa 6 Assagao, 15th July 2019

India is facing an unprecedented water crisis, with over 42% of the country reeling under acute drought and over 21 cities to run out of ground water by 2020. With over 80 water bodies completely contaminated or extinct, with almost all lakes of Bangalore either dead or frothing, Yamuna water only fit for industrial cooling, … Continue reading Searching for Water |#mondayfixgoa 6 Assagao, 15th July 2019

The Tale of Six Rivers : Talk by Olencio Simoes| August 28, 7-10 pm, 2017|@ 6 Assagao

With no access thru privatized plots all along the rivers : industrial & human pollutants, ecological n marine instability will be caused by constant dredging – these are but a few changes promised by the center but not for Goans. All along our rivers, more fields n khaazans will hold coal stacks, iron stacks & bulk cargo.