‘Films for Social Change’: Screening of “Wira Pdika” by Samarendra Das

Join us on 24 October for a captivating journey through the heart of Orissa’s tribal communities with a 120-minute screening of “Wira Pdika.” This poignant documentary unveils the staggering discrimination and injustices faced by these resilient communities at the hands of large mining and metal industries. Following the screening, engage in a Q&A session with filmmaker Samarendra Das and CARE director Prof. Mohan Dutta, as they illuminate the Adivasi struggle for justice and amplification of their voices.

Films for Social Change is an initiative by the Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE), a health communication research centre based in the National University of Singapore.

To register for either or both events, please click here. Brought to you by CARE, with kind support from UTown Residence.

You can find more information on Prof Dutta’s research work here.

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