Nuste – Goa’s relationship with fish. | 3rd August 2020 7.30 pm #mondayfixgoa

Using the journey of the migrant fishworker -someone who travels to Goa for ten months of the year and expends his labour on the mechanised boat- this talk will explore some of the aspects of Goa’s relationship with fishing industry.

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Goa Covid Relief Ops- An Analysis #mondayfixgoa 7.30 pm, 20th July 2020

Recently, citizens of Goa came out to assist the Covid relief operations – collaborating with the Government procedures.

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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…

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Migration issues | Social inclusion

Migrations are a social need across the world. Social integration and inclusive growth contributes to the development of a society /state /nation. Asif Hussain, Secretary, Centre for Study of Philosophy and Humanities, Goa, will tell us about this inclusive society. He mentions that a plural society needs to be mature and responsible and formulate mechanisms…

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DiasPura | Screening and Interaction| 6 Assagao 12th August 2019 | 7.30 pm

  ‘DiasPura’, is an observational study of the subculture of a wide cross section of the Indian immigrant community in the USA. It explores the process of identity formation of Indian settlers in America while focussing on the critical relationship of their politics to the reality of majoritarian and identity based politics back home. Ajay…

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