CARE Special Presentation-A Conversation with Mr. Himanshu Trivedi with Prof. Mohan Dutta

A Conversation with Himanshu Trivedi

In this conversation with Mr. Himanshu Trivedi, a former District Court Judge from Ahmedabad in Gujarat in the backdrop of the Gujarat pogrom discusses the role of the judiciary in the politics of hate.

Posted by CARE: Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation on Tuesday, 4 August 2020

CARE Special Presentation : A Conversation with Mr. Himanshu Trivedi

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Date: 5th August 2020 at 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm

Abstract:

In this conversation with Mr. Himanshu Trivedi, a former District Court Judge from Ahmedabad in Gujarat, India in the backdrop of the Gujarat pogrom discusses the role of the judiciary in the politics of hate.

CARE Special Presentation-Hate, Hindutva, & Ayodhya Temple with Prof. Mohan Dutta

Hate, Hindutva, & Ayodhya Temple

In this talk, Professor Mohan Dutta discusses the politics of hate reflected in the celebration of the establishing of the foundation for the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, which sits on the demolition of the Babri masjid.

Posted by CARE: Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation on Tuesday, 4 August 2020

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In this talk, Professor Mohan Dutta discusses the politics of hate reflected in the celebration of the establishing of the foundation for the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, which sits on the demolition of the Babri masjid.

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff responds to CARE: Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation research in Glen Innes, New Zealand

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff responds to CARE research in Glen Innes!

Mayor Phil Goff is interviewed and directly addresses CARE research findings in Glen Innes.

Posted by Poverty Is Not Our Future on Monday, 10 February 2020

Mayor Phil Goff is interviewed and directly addresses CARE research findings in Glen Innes being done by Dr. Phoebe Elers & Dr. Steve Elers
#PovertyIsNotOurFuture #Auckland #GlenInnes #CAREMassey #MasseyUni #MasseyCJM #CAREResearch #NewZealand
#waateanews #NZPol
Link to article: https://www.waateanews.com/…/GI-rebuild-on-right-track—Go… #

Mayor Phil Goff is interviewed and directly addresses CARE research findings in Glen Innes being done by Dr. Phoebe Elers & Dr. Steve Elers
#PovertyIsNotOurFuture #Auckland #GlenInnes #CAREMassey #MasseyUni #MasseyCJM #CAREResearch #NewZealand
#waateanews #NZPol
Link to article: https://www.waateanews.com/…/GI-rebuild-on-right-track—Go…

LIVE interview with Dr. Phoebe Elers on Radio Waatea about Poverty Is Not Our Future campaign

Dr. Phoebe Elers, CARE Massey spoke on Radio Waatea about the forthcoming launch of #PovertyIsNotOurFuture campaign. Waatea News and interviews are broadcasted on all 21 radio stations of the Iwi Radio Network.

LIVE interview on Radio Waatea

Interview with Dr Phoebe Elers on Radio Waatea about the forthcoming launch of Poverty Is Not Our Future campaign. Radio Waatea news and interviews are broadcasted on all 21 radio stations of the Iwi Radio Network.

Posted by Poverty Is Not Our Future on Monday, 10 February 2020

To know more, follow us on our campaign page- Poverty Is Not Our Future or visit CARE: Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and… website
#PovertyIsNotOurFuture #Auckland #GlenInnes #CAREMassey #MasseyUni #MasseyCJM #CAREResearch #NewZealand #waateanews #IwiRadioNetwork #NZPol

Culturally-Centering Communication and Social Change: Dalit Development

An informative lecture by Professor Mohan J Dutta about Dalit Development

Culturally-Centering Communication and Social Change: Dalit Development

An informative lecture by Professor Mohan J Dutta about Dalit Development

Posted by CARE: Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation on Thursday, 6 February 2020

Professor Mohan J Dutta Dean’s Chair In Communication & Director, CARE, Massey University

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CARE Presents: Of Labor & Love – A Film by Omer Nazir

A recount of the lives of two workers in Indian brick Kilns who are bonded to debt.

Being in debt has become a normal condition in financialised capitalist economies. Student loans, mortgages, credit cards, consumer loans or pay day loans are common. The normalisation and prevalence of debt has produced what noted Italian Marxist theorist Maurizio Lazzarato terms as “indebted man”.

In Western economies, a market exists for debt and is managed by banks or other regulated lending institutions. In developing countries, in addition to the banks; local lenders, including employers or their intermediaries, not only serve the demand for debt, but use the debt to create relations of dependence, producing not simply indebted people, but debt bonded labourers – a form of modern day slaves. The film recounts the life and conditions of two workers in Indian brick kilns who are bonded to the debt owed to their employers, local lenders and to grocers, and in doing so demonstrates the disciplinary effects of debt.

Conceptualized by Craig Prichard, Ozan NadirAlakavuklar & Omer Nazir

Not Part Of My World- An Anti Racism Initiative

Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE) @CAREMassey

& Carncot School @CarncotSchool

presents

NOT PART OF MY WORLD – Anti-racism Initiative

NOT PART OF MY WORLD – Anti-racism Initiative by @CAREMasseyNZ & @CarncotSchool.

CARE have teamed-up and worked on an anti-racisim project with Carncot School and here are a few glimpses of the project.

https://youtu.be/14O2JLg-rP4 via @YouTube

#NotPartOfMyWorld #AntiRacism#CAREMassey #MasseyCJM #MasseyUni #CarncotSchool #Aotearoa #NewZealand

Project Synopsis:

Across the globe we see the rise of racism. Especially concerning is the way in which hate is used to produce violence. It is in this backdrop that the Center for Culture Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE) collaborated with Carncot School to create a project that
sought to help us understand the problem of racism and more importantly create ways of addressing racism. So it really is my privilege to introduce these short snippets for you
that highlight the work done by the students at Carncot with the support of the principal Dr. Owen Arnst.

What you will see in these videos are the ways in which students think about the world of racism, the world of hate and the dialogues they open up through their invitation to connect
to build relationships and to imagine a better world that is free from hate. What happened as part of this project is that the students worked in small groups to first understand
the problem of racism within the context of their comfort zones.

They thought about their comfort zones and what really makes them feel comfortable within these zones, then they
grappled with the idea of difference, what does it mean to recognize difference and what does it mean to relate to difference. Once they grapple with these two questions of
comfort zone and difference they then created an anti-racist campaign that highlighted this idea that racism has no place in our world.

CARE Public Talk by Dr.Sameer Deshpande: CCA & Social Marketing- 5th Dec 2019- GLB1.14, Manawatu campus

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Sameer Deshpande, PhD

Dr. Deshpande is Associate Professor and Acting Director of the Social Marketing Department at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. Sameer teaches, trains, and conducts research in social marketing. He is the Editor of Social Marketing Quarterly. Over two decades, Sameer has raised over two million dollars and published studies testing effectiveness of social marketing framework with special emphasis on consumer-insights approach in a variety of contexts, including promotion of alternative rides, responsible drinking, alcohol abstinence during pregnancy, water rights, safe sexual practices, and physical activity. Sameer has widely published in academic journals, books, and conference proceedings. Prior to joining Griffith, Sameer offered services in the U.S., Canada, India, and Singapore.

Dr. Sameer Deshpande

Associate Professor (Social Marketing), Acting Director (Social Marketing @ Griffith)

Department of Marketing, Griffith Business School, Griffith University

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