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Videos from Pecha Kucha #15: Our Spaces, Our Voices

For all those of you who weren’t able to join us at the last Pecha Kucha Night, and for all those who’d like to relive the amazing presentations we experienced that night, here are videos of all the presentations. Thank … Continue reading

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A Love Letter to Kinshasa

By Blessing Okorougo Before arriving to New Delhi to assist the development of an ambitious pilot training programme to empower women of rural Rajasthan on water conservation and climate change, I lived and worked in the DRC for the past … Continue reading

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A Pecha Kucha Night that celebrates the Sari

We’re pleased to announce that CKS, in association with CMYK bookstore, is organizing a Pecha Kucha Night in Delhi around the theme of the Sari. We will bring six speakers whose presentation will delve into a range of aspects of … Continue reading

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Planning begins for the twelfth Pecha Kucha Night in Delhi

We’re super stoked to announce that planning for the twelfth edition of Pecha Kucha Night in New Delhi has begun! Like last time, the event is being planned in collaboration with the American Center, and will be held at their … Continue reading

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Are Indian Cities Hospitable?

I read an excellent article by Charles Leadbeater on Hospitable Cities, written for the European open city project in Guimaraes, Portugal. Leadbeater talks about the many dualisms that exist in cities, how they tend to bring out the best and … Continue reading

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ColourNext Dialogues Delhi: Small Joys

At ColourNext Dialogues in Delhi, Small Joys was the first installation with which the participants interacted. The speakers, fashion designer Nida Mahmood and gallery owner Nidhi Jyoti Jain, were initially struck by the idea of memory and nostalgia. The installation … Continue reading

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Designing Communities for Social Sustainability

Population growth is going to have profound impacts on politics, economics, and society in the coming decades, one issue being the basic question: Where are we going to put these people? “UN surveys indicate that…by 2030 over two billion people … Continue reading

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