Center for Media at Risk Colloquium: Shalini Singh

Why Reporting on the Lives and Livelihoods of 800+ Million Rural Indians Should Matter
14 Feb 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Annenberg School, Room 300
Open to the Public

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Join us as journalist Shalini Singh presents a colloquium on "Why Reporting on the Lives and Livelihoods of 800+ Million Rural Indians Should Matter."


This event is co-sponsored by the Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI). 

Shalini Singh is an Indian journalist who was Principal Correspondent for The Week newsweekly in Delhi. She was part of the Delhi bureau writing on a range of news-features, social trends with a focus on gender and women's issues, arts and culture. On a Centre for Science and Environment fellowship in 2010, Singh exposed the illegal mining in the Indian state of Goa and the devastation caused from unplanned tourism. Singh is a founding member of the CounterMedia Trust and a regular contributor to the People's Archive of Rural India and is currently a fellow at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University 2017-2018.

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