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Dissent in Democracy: Community Correspondents Discuss the State of the Country on Gandhi’s Birthday

 
/ October 20, 2020

In recent times, there has been a clampdown on voices of dissent in India. On Gandhi Jayanti, correspondents shared their experiences reporting about issues that may ruffle feathers, and decided that Gandhi would have approved.

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Hathras Protests Reach Mumbai Amid Calls For Justice

 
/ October 16, 2020

Many civil society organisations are questioning the deteriorating law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh.

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Fixing India: How Community Media Like Video Volunteers Changed During COVID-19

 
/ October 6, 2020

Fixing India is back with a season 2 documenting some of the most noteworthy impacts Video Volunteers has achieved in the recent past.

Horrid Condition of Quarantine Centre in Bihar

 
/ June 16, 2020

Video Volunteers correspondent Shah Faisal reports on the horrid conditions of quaratine centres in Bihar

Uttar Pradesh Daily Wagers Rely on Activists For Essentials | COVID 19

 
/ May 22, 2020

Lockdown enforced by the Government of India to prevent the infection of Covid-19 epidemic has left a lot of daily wagers and marginalised communities without money or food. The government has announced relief measures but it doesn’t seem to be enough for everyone. One of the primary reasons for this...

70 percent of women in India face domestic violence each year

 
/ May 18, 2020

Video volunteers community correspondent Bideshini reports on cases of domestic violence from her district of Sundergarh in Odisha.

IMPACT | Handpump repaired in Tati village, Jharkhand

 
/ January 7, 2016

In April 2015, I made a video on the issue of access to water in Kamdara block’s Tati village which comes under Rampur panchayat. The hand pump had been broken for 6 months. All the sources of water accessible to the community were dirty or not working at all. I...

Video Advocacy: MGNREGA

 
/ November 26, 2015

Since 2006, Video Volunteers’ Community Correspondents Network (CCN) – a cadre of 186 community video journalists – have been using their video cameras to highlight issues of injustice affecting their local communities. One of the key thematic areas has been the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA). Our...