As statues of B.R. Ambedkar get vandalised across the country, Video Volunteers asks people across India if the architect of the Indian constitution is still relevant.
A survey conducted by Video Volunteers with the SC/ST community in India reaffirms a fact everyone knows, but few talk about - discrimination exists and more than 50% of the respondents have experienced it in its most crass form - untouchability.
A 4 kilometer long road connecting at least five villages lies broken for four years, despite state-level budget of 3962 crores being allocated for maintaining roads.
Most of the legally recognised Rohingya in India are settled in Jammu & Kashmir and they face tough living conditions, along with the risk of deportation.
In Rajasthan, a visually impaired man puts his life on the line to get a concrete road built.
Five years after the 181 Women’s Helpline was launched as a comprehensive support system for women, here’s looking at what it takes to build networks of support and solidarity that are sensitive, survivor-centric and just.
A young man blinded by a pellet gunshot is still waiting for compensation from the Jammu and Kashmir government.