Documentary / Shorts

HRH The Duchess of Cambridge supports UK's first Children's Mental Health Week

HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, Royal Patron of the children’s mental health charity Place2Be, has recorded a video message to support the UK’s first Children’s Mental Health Week (16 – 22 February 2015).

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When little feet found their wings with Vistara #FlyTheNewFeeling

As Vistara flew for the first time on January 9th, 2015, Flight UK890 had both the pride and pleasure of having 12 Salaam Baalak Trusts children as their first flyers. Come, experience their excitement of flying for the first time. #FlyTheNewFeeling https://www.airvistara.com/trip/

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Reimagining the future for EVERY child | UNICEF

Innovation can come from anyone, anywhere. Fueled by creativity, connectivity and collaboration, new ways of thinking are shaping a future that can, and should, advance the rights of #EVERYchild.

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END Child Marriage #ENDviolence

Child marriage denies girls the right to a healthy, happy childhood. Help every girl be a hero. End Child Marriage! #ENDviolence #ItStartsWithMe

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Didi Jewelry Project + Aashiana Shelter

TO THE MARKET (TTM) founder Jane Mosbacher Morris visits Aashiana Shelter for HIV/AIDs infected and affected women and children in New Delhi, India. TTM local partner the Didi Jewelry Project sources beautiful hand-made jewelry from Aashiana.

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Will you marry a raped girl?

Hang the rapist Not the victim! India will do anything for Raped girls. protests , posts on Facebook but no one will marry them because those girls have been raped.
we asked some some Indian fathers, mothers will they let their son marry a rape victim..what we got is pretty shocking

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Revolutionizing Female Empowerment: Natalie Panek at TEDxYouth@Toronto

"For me my dream would be to inspire more women into challenging themselves and taking risk to enrol themselves in science and engineering fields." Natalie Panek, Systems Engineer at MDA Space Missions talks about female empowerment, especially in science, technology, and engineering. Women are three times less likely to take a risk than men, but risk is a key part of innovation.

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Pushing for Better Maternal Health Facilities

"When I was about deliver my son, I had to hire a private car to take me and bring me back from the hospital. The same situation occurred when my daughter was about to be born. This time I paid Rs.800 for the car. The ambulance didn't come", says a woman who lives in Mankadevi village in Madhya Pradesh.

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EIC: I'm Not A Woman

Rajit Kapur, Neil Bhoopalam, Meiyang Chang (@meiyangchang), Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) and Aditi Mittal (@awryaditi) tell you why they are not women.

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College without Walls

Bill Gates went to Arizona to see what the college of the future might look like. The future may not always include the lecture halls, dormitories, football teams and other features of the traditional college experience.

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Asia’s largest film making challenge, India film project, calls for entries!

Mumbai, July, 2017: Asia’s largest content creation festival, India Film Projec...

July 22 2017

WE Day Special: Change is in the Air

Making a difference no longer stays restricted to a certain age group. If one is comm...

July 22 2017

Meri Durga: Out-striding the Indian Orthodoxy

The Indian Television drama seems to haveshunned cooking its clichéd kitchen p...

July 22 2017