Vaishali Bisht’s recent innovative blend of screen-stage gets appreciative audience At the time when technology is growing at a rapid pace in the world of entertainment innovations on stage and celluloid keep the interest going among the audience. At the recent Hyderabad Children’s Theatre Festival, theatre activist Vaishali Bisht came up with a concept that
Action Aid Vietnam is an international non-governmental organization working towards the sustainable development of poor and marginalized people in the country. Our film “Dream Cities” was launched on 28th November, 2014 during the International workshop on “Safe cities for women and girls: can dreams come true?” in Hanoi. The video talking about sexual harassment suffered
Vishy Teki, Director (Global Karam Veer awardee for 2014) & Runner Up prize Communication for Social Change Award 2014 insituted by Queensland University)
“Right Learning” was screened at world culture festival in Tokyo on 05th October 2013 watched by over one lakh visitors including corporate companies, government of Japanand International development organizations. The video captures the voices of the children, school management committee members, elected representatives and parents and provide insight into how quality of learning can be
Our film on grim conditions of migrant children in cities like Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad and Chennai titled “Migrating Childhood” was launched by Migration Information & Resource Centre, Aide-et-Action South Asia in collaboration with Bernard van Leer foundation on 21st September, 2014.
Our film “Small Children Big Cities” was launched at “Small Children, Big Cities” conference on 29th and 30th November, 2014 in Delhi. In this film we portrayed the heart-rending plight of young children living in slums of our country. The film was greatly appreciated by Mr. Venkaiah Naidu, Hon’ble Minister for Urban Development.