The media, in paradoxical ways, sways between being a mechanism of social change on the one hand, and a problem-generating machine on the other. Often it is even circular, where the problem and the solutions are both generated within the same mechanism. The Aarushi-Hemraj murder trial depicted this ecology of communication that is emerging in the Indian media.
At its first Women in Leadership (WIL) conference, BML Munjal University (BMU) celebrated the accomplishments of Women In Leadership programme (WIL) graduates as well as provided a platform for women micro-entrepreneurs to showcase their work. Among a range of exceptional people invited for this conference, Jayna Kothari, Senior Advocate at Supreme Court of India and Executive Director, Centre for Law and Policy Research was one of the panelists.
The Centre for Law and Policy Research in Bangalore, is looking to engage a full-time Communications Associate for the following year. Specifications and requirements of the position are listed below.
The Centre for Law and Policy Research, Bangalore (CLPR) is a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to…
CLPR: The reflections of CLPR’s student journalist, Karthik Venkatesh, on the Transform Conference was published. SCO:…