The stringent lockdown triggered a mass exodus from cities across India, with panic-stricken migrant workers desperately trying to leave for their homes in rural parts of India. You have all seen there images filling up your timelines. With little information available, migrant workers – just like you and me – desperately wanted to be with their families and find a way back to their rural homes. These journeys that were forced upon migrant workers were often very long- some even up to 1000 kilometres.
Peace at Home is focused on tackling family violence during and beyond the lockdown. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many victims of family violence are cooped up with their abusers within the walls of their homes. Data shared by NCW shows the number of cases being reported increasing every day, many instances are still unreported. Peace at Home has a simple ask: don’t let any abuse happen on your watch.
Cyclones, earthquakes, loss of biodiversity, over-consumption, plastic-pollution, reviving air pollution, dead animals - the clock is ticking every day and we need solutions. While we fight the pandemic. Climate action can't be on hold. We need to protect our biodiversity and live in harmony with nature. But for that we first need to understand it. These are stories that shine a light on climate emergency at hand.
We tend to think of a single "digital divide" separating the haves and have-nots in the online world, but inequality in the internet era takes on a vast number of forms. These stories capture the challenges of slow, low or no internet. Meet the people who are doing everything they can to overcome this gap between India and Bharat.
The battle against COVID-19 is being fought on the ground by millions of little-known frontline community healthcare workers. They risk their lives every day to serve their community and, most important, bring hope to millions of not so privileged households across rural and semi-urban India. They share their stories with the COVID Hero Project.
It’s not easy to provide Nutrition and health services in different parts of India. Stories help solve complex problems like these. 'Mothers of India' are stories of the challenges that women are dealing with during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. Season 1 travels to Patna, Bihar to discover the real 'Mothers of India' during a lockdown, featuring frontline workers, pregnant women and their families.
The world is going through a huge crisis. During this period of lockdowns and social distancing, we need to be united in protecting each other. That's why pluc is launching 'people like us care' with one message - we are here for each other and that people like you and me care.
#PlucCreator Sandeep Singh, explores the state by traveling to more than 15 villages and talking to people about a lot of issues they are facing. Stories he has worked on include why are young Punjabis illegally immigrating to America & Canada and why the Punjab's stray Cow Crisis Is becoming dangerous
#PlucCreator Swetlana wanted to escape Delhi's pollution, so she traveled to Kasol and Tosh - for some fresh air. What she saw shocked her! Hundreds of people taking selfies with plastic and glass waste.
Are you #FutureFashion ready? LetMeBreathe x Shuffling Suitcases bring you the best designers who create #SustainableFashion. In this episode we feature...
Have you ever wondered how Air Pollution impacts our health and bodies? Arvind Kumar, Chairman, Center for Chest Surgery at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and Founder, Lung Care Foundation, breaks down the components of air pollution and explains the chronic diseases associated with it.
The real cause of India’s farmer crisis? We traveled across the country to meet farmers who were protesting and a lot of 8- farmers who we trained in Punjab to get this right. The #PlucOriginal focuses on various issues that trouble Indian farmers and have brought such a huge crisis upon them.
City sessions is a live show format in partnership with twitter India where city level decision makers across party lines come together along, with experts and find pressing solutions to air pollution and climate change. The nature of the show brings issues to national and global audiences.
From laptops, cheaper lunches, to rent control and women's security: Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) Election Candidates share their priorities for today’s big Election. For them, being elected means one step closer to the mainstream politics. Who’re you voting for?
Exploring how Science is combating Air Pollution with Scientist Pallavi Pant. Outside the lab she's interested in public engagement activities focused on air quality and health and she curates @airqualityindia & @airsouthasia.
Weekly episodes by Abhimanyu Chakravorty who is road tripping to 5 countries, 15,000 km with 1 goal: #BeatPlasticPollution. Catch a new story every Tuesday!