Selection of Poems from the ‘The Unfold Pinnacle’ – Part II Author: Basanta Kumar Kar Too Late This is the story about a seventeen years old malnourished tribal woman and a mother of a malnourished girl child from Tumrikasa, Manpur, Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, India. Rajnandgaon, a district that host many political
In the race for getting audience attention during an era of compassion fatigue, cooperation between journalists and NGOs is not only beneficial for both parties, but it also contributes to peacebuilding efforts by improving human rights reporting, facilitating aid granting, and enabling change in the mainstream media’s violence-oriented journalistic model.
This article compares the 2020 Netflix movie Sergio with the 2008 biography that inspired it: Chasing the Flame: One Man’s Fight to Save the World, written by Samantha Power. Both tell the real-life story of Sergio Vieira de Mello, the Brazilian philosopher and UN diplomat who was the main target
The poems tell the story of marginalized tribal women who were living in the Left Wing Infested (LWE) relief camps in India. These poems are part of a larger collection of poems, ‘The Unfold Pinnacle’ that gives the marginalized women and girls a voice through poetry and humanize development work
A Generation previously protest music both reflected an era of political ferment and helped push the agenda for peaceful change. Joseph Schumacher looks at the current state of protest music and wonders what happened.