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Chhattisgarh, Here Comes IndiaUnheard

 
/ January 4, 2013

On Saturday 25th August 2012, Video Volunteers began recruitment of new Community Correspondents for the IndiaUnheard program in Chhattisgarh. The program is currently targeting sensitive states where the need for community media as an alternative to the mainstream is matter of urgency. In February 2012, 18 new correspondents joined IndiaUnheard...

Citizen Journalist in Odisha Speaks Out Against Corruption & Illegal Mining

 
/ December 31, 2012

Dear Friends, My name in Ranjit Dehury. I am 25 years old. I have only recently joined Video Volunteers’ as a Community Corespondent from my district of Dhenkanal district, Odisha. There are many injustices that my community has to face on a daily basis but you may never head of...

Citizen Journalist in Jharkhand Fights For Justice. Read his Open Letter.

 
/ December 20, 2012

Dear Friends, My name is Jairam Hansda. I am the IndiaUnheard Community Correspondent from the East Singhbum District in the state of Jharkhand. Before you start with my story, I request you to keep this question in mind while you are reading. Is following the law, a way of breaking...

2012 at Video Volunteers—The Year In Review

 
/ December 19, 2012

These days, it seems that you can find practically everything and everyone on the Internet, right?  Thanks to social media, you may have reconnected with the kid who sat behind you in primary school or you might routinely find the most obscure information online.  So naturally, you think the Internet...

Petition: Hundreds of villagers on the verge of getting displaced by Central Coal Mines India...

 
/ December 12, 2012

Mohan is a Video Volunteers Community Correspondent from District Ramgarh, Jharkhand. He belongs to a community that lives dangerously perched between the open coal mines of Tata, on one side and the Central Coalfields, on the other. He has made many powerful videos which chronicle the havoc wrecked by mining on nature and life. Mohan...

(Update) Call the DGP, Release Aparna & Alok

 
/ December 12, 2012

Read about Human Rights activist and Video Volunteers’ Community Correspondent Aparna Marandi and her 4 year old son Alok’s unconstitutional arrest by the Jharkhand police here- Day 1, Day 2, Day 3. This happened today. 12th December, 2012. At 10.06am, Video Volunteers called Shri. G.S.Rath and asked him the whereabouts...