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PwC India Foundation and Save the Children Host a Roundtable on Child Rights

Bengaluru, 19 February 2019:  Save the Children along with PwC India Foundation, today organised a roundtable on Creating Transformational Business Partnerships for Child Rights. CSR heads of leading Electronics, IT, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Financial organisations attended the meet. Bidisha Pillai, CEO, Save the Children was also present at the event.

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Discussion on the Nuances of the Verdict on Marital Rape

Discussion on the Nuances of the Verdict on Marital Rape

(1/2) Save the Children's Bihar State Programme Office team in collaboration with Campaign Against Child Labour (CACL) organised a half-day dissemination meet to discuss the nuances of Hon’ble Supreme Court verdict on marital rape within child marriages.

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A Candid Interview with Vicky Roy

A Candid Interview with Vicky Roy

Vicky Roy is originally from West Bengal. He ran away from his home and started working as a rag picker at the New Delhi Railway Station, before he was rehabilitated by an NGO, Salaam Baalak Trust, Delhi. He studied photography at Triveni Kala Sangam and then apprenticed under Anay Mann.  In 2007, he held his first solo exhibition titled, “Street Dream” at India Habitat Centre (New Delhi, India) supported by the British High Commission.

In 2008, he was selected by the US based Maybach Foundation to photo document the reconstruction of the World Trade Center in New York. As part of the program, he undertook a course in documentary photography at the International Center for Photography, New York. His first monograph ‘Home Street Home’ was published by Nazar Foundation (New Delhi, India) and was released at the second edition of the Delhi Photo Festival (Sept-Oct, 2013). His solo show “This Scarred Land: New Mountainscape” was exhibited at Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi, India in 2017. He was a part of Houston FotoFest Biennnial and Kochi Muziris Biennale in 2018.

He was awarded the MIT Media Fellowship in 2014 and he was also listed as Forbes Asia under 30 in 2016.

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Children's interface with political leaders held in Ranchi

Children's interface with political leaders held in Ranchi

The Jharkhand State Commission for Protection of Child Rights in collaboration with Save the Children's Jharkhand State Programme Office had organised an interface of children with prominent political party leaders of the state to share their view about the dream Jharkhand and India that they want. #Vote4children

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Ensuring the Safety of Children at Kumbha Mela 2019

Ensuring the Safety of Children at Kumbha Mela 2019

Save the Children has emerged as one of the three NGOs to find a presence in the Kumbh Mela that takes place in Prayag Kumbh. Kumbh Mela has been a significant part of India’s historical, cultural, and spiritual heritage. Crores of people (mostly pilgrims) become part of it every year.

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