Tamseel is a public engagement & social media expert. With over a decade of experience, he has worked with media houses, tech platforms, non porfits and small businesses. He has helped many organisations in digital transformation and helped them simplify complex issues for the public. Tamseel, has worked extensively on issues around placemaking, mental health, human rights, inequality, gender, art & culture, environment, digital empowerment & politics.
He’s the founder People Like Us Create (PLUC)
Organising a #LetMeBreathe City Session event in the cleanest city of India – Gangtok
#LetMeBreathe is India’s largest pollution storytelling community. We organise city based events which live streamed on twitter and decision makers, experts, activists, innovators and entrepreneurs answer questions to find collective solutions to the pollution problem. But when we went to Gangtok we faced a variety of challenges from poor internet to accessibility – but thanks to love and support of the pluc community in gangtok we were able to pull of a stellar event!Watch Now
LMB City Sessions: Political Parties Commit to Climate Action in Maharashtra, Nagpur
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena, BJP, Congress and AAP come together to fight Mumbai’s Pollution
Behind The Scenes: How we trained 80 farmers in Punjab (India) on Mobile Storytelling!
At People Like Us Create (PLUC), we're constantly building storytelling communities. This particular story talks about our project in Punjab, where we've been directly working with farmers on mobile journalism and social media.Watch Now
We took the #LostInKumbh challenge
Every year crores of people of all age groups from across the world attend the Kumbh Mela. And thousands of children go missing. We took up this challenge to create awareness about the issue and explore Kumbh with a different perspective . With this #LostInKumbh challenge our pluc team had to spend 24 hours at the Kumbh Mela, armed with nothing but adventure, a sleeping bag, a phone, and Rs. 100.Watch Now
Teenagers talk about the future of Gurugram & the Aravallis
The PLPA of 1900 provides legal protection to forests and trees on the community, municipal and private lands. With the Haryana PLPA amendment, environmentalists fear that much of the Aravalli hills will open up for mining and construction. We interacted with a few students about the importance of Aravalli hills, climate change and pollution and also trained them and get to know about their opinions on the PLPA Amendment.Watch Now
Why India’s Farmer Crisis Is Here To Stay!
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. With the #IndianNationalElections2019 ongoing - its crucial you watch this before you vote.Watch Now
The truth behind stubble burning (as told by Punjab Farmers)
Punjab Farmers answer all your stubble burning queries. Lets get to know their side of the story.Watch Now