Pari Trivedi

Pari Trivedi

Pari is a development communications professional with an experience of working on media advocacy, environment and education. Currently she is working for Save the Children in New Delhi and has previously worked with Greenpeace India. She read Transnational Communications and Global Media at Goldsmiths College. In the past, Pari has worked as a journalist with Hindustan Times and in a documentary film house in Mumbai.
  • Is the world ready for climate migrants?

    In what might be defined as some of the most tragic and unsettling images to hit the world last month, the images that exposed the plight of Rohingya Muslims struggling at sea standout first. Slivered by hunger and despair, the ‘boat people’ as they have come...
  • Teaching Quality in India: Does it Matter?

    Based on data collected from teachers and children in 227 public and low-fee charging private schools in Andhra Pradesh, India, a recent study by Young Lives India suggests that teaching quality considerably impacts students learning outcomes and factors like teacher’s professional qualifications, their attitude and practices towards their...
  • Tackling Homophobia in Pakistan

    The LGBTQ rights movement has turned to good account this month with the launch of UN’s Bollywood inspired video promoting gay rights in India. Meanwhile in the neighbouring country of Pakistan, a children’s book addressing the issue of homophobia is quietly gaining steam. The book titled, ‘My...
  • Struggle in the coal mining heartland of India

    This month, millions of Indians are celebrating Raksha Bandhan – an ancient festival that celebrates the loving bond between brothers and sisters. The sister ties a sacred thread called ‘Rakhi’ on her brother’s wrist as to protect him against any adversity and in return, the brother...
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