This week in India Loud & Clear we travel to conflicts that impact millions of Indians every day.
In the third episode of India Loud & Clear, we visit the states of Goa and Odisha to see the struggles for trees and water resources from local communities. In West Bengal patriarchy shows its evil side by the stories of two brave women. A girl power gang shows the only way to address this gender issue: stand up and fight!
India Loud & Clear is the weekly news show produced by Video Volunteers, the media organization by and from Community Correspondents. We bring you no breaking news, no sensation, only community voices.
Stories from Community Correspondent, Devidas Gaonkar (Goa), Bideshini Patel (Odisha), Krishna Mondal (West Bengal), and Debgopal Mondal (West Bengal)
Video produced by Jack Leenaars.
The slum dwellers of Pestom Sagar Area, Chembur, Mumbai have developed some really thick resilience. Their slums have been tossed and toppled away so many times that their bitterness is turning to rage now.
The issue in Shyampur village under Jalalpur Block is that a few villagers started working without the job card, all in good faith, with the assurance that they will be given the job card soon and they will be paid without the job card.