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Solitary Across Distances: Lectures in the Times of COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
hiranya kallakuri
59:22
Yes, can't hear anything.
rajivramanathan
59:22
Cannot hear anything!
Martin Voelker AlternativeRadio
59:24
Martin Voelker
Meghnad Bose
59:37
Sainath Sir, you need to click unmute
Nanditha Menon
01:12:45
they said so
Ray
01:12:46
Yes, it is being recorded.
Anirudh Sankar
01:12:57
it is being recorded!
Trina.Chakrabarti
01:12:58
yes hope the host is recording it?
Adil Hakkim
01:13:04
Where would we be able to watch it later
PRADEEPTA SRIVASTAVA
01:13:10
i am not able to listen
PRADEEPTA SRIVASTAVA
01:13:43
cant hear anything
James Williamson
01:13:56
Alexander Cockburn in the house!
PRADEEPTA SRIVASTAVA
01:14:08
cant here at all]
Anirudh Sankar
01:15:23
Hi, a reminder that everything is being recorded
Nikita Parikh
01:15:49
The host can mute, shut video etc. for everyone except the speaker (in one go)
Mahalaya Chatterjee
01:16:48
a bit louder please
joyoni
01:17:20
Anirudh,
joyoni
01:17:21
There is an Uparrow next to share -- go to advanced settings and the host can make it host-only for sharing
Hena Faqurudheen
01:17:52
Using headphones will improve the individual experience of audio quality.
Anirudh Sankar
01:18:01
thanks joyoni its enabled
James Williamson
01:18:48
https://penguin.co.in/book/non-fiction/everybody-loves-good-drought/
joyoni
01:19:51
next time you can add Mr. Sainath as co-host (alternate host) so he can also share...
Anirudh Sankar
01:20:16
Sainath is indeed a co-host, thanks
srikanth
01:22:26
.
Anirudh Sankar
01:24:05
at this point I will watch for questions for Sainath related to the thread of what he's saying, from which I will select a few and ask him in about 15 minutes. These should be shorter questions for obtaining clarity. There will be a proper Q&A starting in about 35 minutes
Sneha Dasgupta
01:25:51
how does this mass proletarianisation come into play so late into India's industrialization?
Meghnad Bose
01:27:03
Question: The lockdown has rightly been severely criticized for the short notice provided for it (less than four hours to be precise). In what ways do you feel the lockdown could have been better planned and implemented, in order to address the concerns facing migrant workers and other vulnerable sections?
Poornima
01:27:18
Could we get an idea of the size and scope of the number of migrant workers and their contribution to Indian economy?I might have missed this because of patchy network. Apologies if that's the case. Let me know and I'll watch the recording to get this cleared.
Soujanya Sridharan
01:27:25
The Govt's "relief" package provides for additional grain disbursement under PDS. But, does this consider the possibility that a lot of these migrant labourers live very far away from the regions of their registration for PDS eligibility? As also, what about the provision of conditional basic income to BPL families and those without such identity cards?
nissa basim
01:27:31
please turn you videos off
Akash
01:28:38
How temporary or permanent do you think is this migration back to rural areas? How exactly would it affect 2021 census?
Amitabh-Deepa Pal
01:29:27
Alas, in spite of all the coverage of migrant workers, I'm sensing no greater understanding of their plight among the upper classes , just increased fear and contempt (related, of course, to the pandemic). Is that Sainath's impression, too?
Nikita Parikh
01:29:41
How can critical journalists continue engaging with groups facing political and spatial marginalisation during a pandemic and lockdown?
Meghnad Bose
01:29:44
Question: Should testing be ramped up specifically at migrant hotspots across the country?
shubham gurav
01:29:56
sir, What Lessons we need to learn, Discuss in both short and long measuresimmediate issues like due to migration not getting PDS benefit, lack of efficient health system in rural in combating vivid.long term how are going to formalise the informal workforce provided them with some kind of structural benefits?
APFTOSHIBA-1074
01:29:58
what and how can we help to the poors who are trapped by the corona and taking shelter in some schools.
Parneet
01:30:16
Question: India has announced one of the lowest relief package as % of GDP as against other countries while imposing the strictest of lockdowns..How do we even start to quantify the impact a pandemic like Covid-19 will have on Rural Economy.. especially after the blow it saw on account of demonetisation?
abhisheksharma
01:30:23
Question - How do you see the role of local governments in handling this massive humanitarian crisis? Can you comment on center-state and state-panchayat relationship in handling this crisis?
James Williamson
01:30:25
675,000 estimated deaths in US from “Spanish Flu.”
Ganesh Neelam
01:30:31
Do you think sir, the migrants will have a strong change in thoughts of going back to the urban areas
porag
01:30:53
Question: With widespread reverse migration, most of them have lost livelihood. Assuming in coming some months, the situation will normalize - do you see there would be an widespread change in occupation as well as location? Do you foresee, a new migration map of India will emerge?
Akash
01:30:56
How would this pandemic affect food security for the rural population?
Anirudh Sankar
01:31:04
thanks - it would be helpful if the questions are strictly related to what hes talking about so far, bigger questions should be left for Q&A
Ganesh Neelam
01:31:24
Also as the rural areas are not able to provide the assured livelihood how will this address the issue with increasing population because of families or individuals not migrating
APFTOSHIBA-1074
01:31:56
please focus on present issue.. how can we help to the poors who are living in the remote area of India..
James Williamson
01:32:09
Rapid Urbanization. Sounds a bit like China. Is there a useful comparison?
Jyotsna George
01:32:42
Question: how will this drastic loss of rural/ agricultural livelihoods impact food security in India, and what are ways in which we can safeguard against that?
Sneha Dasgupta
01:33:19
How does caste and land ownership figure into these statistics?
Ganesh Neelam
01:34:06
What are key reasons of the farmers in countryside loosing out on agriculture as agriculture still can support livelihood and income
Bharatesh Karunakar Shetty
01:34:18
One of the issue in Government Direct Benefit Transfer ensuring it will reach to people who are in the last mile. Many of these people either don't have bank account or if at all they have bank account it is defunct. This we expedienced National TB elimination program where govt is giving Rs 500 theough Direct Bank Transfer.
Manish Sahu
01:34:30
How can be helped poor migrants those who don't have ration card and job card?
Himanshi Dahiya
01:34:39
What steps could've been taken by the govt to help the migrants, before announcing a nationwide lockdown?
Shradha N
01:34:40
Upto what extent the economy will suffer after end of pandemic Covid19 the economy due to migration of the workers to their respective towns?
Sneha Dasgupta
01:36:01
how did the Green Revolution affect the degradation of agricultural activity and the rise in migration?
Devanjan Khuntia
01:36:21
Will more migrants leave cities once lockdown is over?In the backdrop of sense of 'uncertainty to life' has prevailed among the migrant labourers in the country.?
Saptarshi Majumdar
01:38:16
Do you think that the lockdown policy in India should've been more 'adaptive' towards migrant labourers livelihoods/movement patterns?
Fawzia Tarannum
01:38:17
Given the current crisis and the uncertainty associated with it, what policy level interventions do you propose for improving rural livelihood situation?
Meghnad Bose
01:38:40
Now, even the dhabas on the way are shut
Surabhi Singh
01:38:47
How can we support small-holder farmers and save the failing agrarian economy ? What technological or institutional reforms are needed to safeguard them from climate change and water distress ?
Meghnad Bose
01:38:48
Yeah, exactly!
APFTOSHIBA-1074
01:38:50
yaa I am from Kalahandi and am watching the pathetic condition of the poor people who are migrating from place to place for their livelihood.
Ashutosh Pandey
01:40:20
How can we help the daily wage workers in small district like sonbhadra, Uttar Pradesh?
abhiti
01:40:34
Question: caste and gender plays an important role in migration of people. How do you think gender is interlinked with migration in present situation especially for women and non-binary people like transwomen
Swathi Murali
01:40:50
Question: Is the country ready to facilitate revival of rural economy and as a country are we ready to reinstate pride in living/working in villages? Are journalist ready to highlight this?
Burjis Godrej
01:41:10
how can we revitalize agriculture and rural incomes ?
ANSHUL JAIN
01:41:39
question: do you think there will be reform in the policies of govt. and there will be shift?
Ashutosh
01:41:55
Do we have an idea approx how many Indians are not covered by any schemes and these relief packages? When such packages are announced, we assume that at least all are getting some survival means, but how many Indians are not covered/ eleigible?
shubham gurav
01:42:34
exactly
porag
01:42:35
Question: Assuming a large % of migrants are back at home-town/native, do you think this is also an opportunity to create (if possible) local employment and revitalize the idea of 100-mile community?
Naihan Nath
01:42:36
given this is a reset of migration in a sense, is this a fertile time to advocate and streamline basic rights that you have mentioned? how could we go about extracting these from the government?
saswati
01:43:28
Kerala appears to have done some work to assimilate migrants acknowledging that they are a critical part of the dtate's economy. Is that a replicable model?
Poornima
01:43:37
Question - Some people say that the lockdown is far more disastrous than COVID-19 for India and its economy? What are your thoughts on this?
saswati
01:43:41
State's...
Greeshma H
01:43:48
A lot of the domestic helps and informal workers have left for their villages, without their salaries. Most of them don’t have bank accounts. what can possibly be done in a such a situation?
6a4fd253
01:43:50
my father migrated to Bahrain. he worked as labour. he returned in January. now he lost his job because of corona pandemic. Gulf countries are ready to send all migrant workers of northern Telangana. just 2 hours before my fathers told this matter with great grief. now I am in a confused state whether to continue my education or drop from academics to pursue education.
Sohini Mandal
01:44:12
Will caste, religion and gender play a primary role once the lockdown is removed and rehabilitation of migrants start?
Kumar Ratan
01:44:17
Do you think the Inter state migration workmen Act, if implemented properly can help in future?
Ajantha
01:45:11
https://ruralindiaonline.org/
6a4fd253
01:45:28
what about labours migrated to the gulf countries?
Kunal
01:45:44
hello Aniruddhcan you ask him to please share a few thoughts on how does the development sector (The Civil Society) designs for a dialouge with the corporate, government and administration. So that we start gearing up, for being the co owner of the system and implementation.Can he please share some thoughts over this
Poornima
01:45:59
Question - Also, is there anything people from the balcony circles can do to help out the migrant workers during this lockdown?
SJ
01:46:11
How do we hold the central and state govt accountable for using the millions of funds for the well being of marginalized communities? and not letting it go in the pockets of the politicians and middle-men?
Satyaki
01:46:18
If a unique SHG program like Kudumbashree of Kerala is in place for other states like Bengal, Odisha, Bihar in place, can we reduce labourers migrating to other parts of India for work?
APFTOSHIBA-1074
01:46:54
Is begging is an occupation
ANSHUL JAIN
01:47:07
Question: do you think there's lockdown will be extended and if yes would we be able to bear it? since there won't be production during that lockdown how long would we be able to sustain?
Raj Redij-Gill
01:47:32
TIP: SIMPLEST way to help is to make a JABIT of sharing at least 1 PARI story on tour timeline EVERYDAY without fail. 1 Share, 1 RT everyday without fail... I have been doing it for over a year and now its so ingrained that I do its the second task after brushing my teeth every morning
Manish Sahu
01:48:33
please send link to go through these article if it's possible
Nikhil Tiwari
01:48:55
www.ruralindiaonline.org
Nikhil Tiwari
01:49:33
Question - what can ordinary, urban middle-class folks do?
Enid Still
01:49:48
You mentioned the urban imagination of migrant workers...how will the mass migrations we now see across India, the visibility of those systemically invisibilised, impact the urban imagination of the rural?
akg
01:51:12
Should new taxes be imposed to prop up the rural economy
akg
01:51:13
?
Anirudh Sankar
01:51:15
a link to the recording will indeed be shared on the mailing lists after the talk
Syamkrishnan P. Aryan
01:51:28
will the reverse migration lead to localisation of economy; an economy based on local production and consumption rather than an economy lead by supply chain monsters ?
Sneha Dasgupta
01:51:45
how is the Corona virus being used to increase authoritarian measures in the country, and how do these tie into the measures for CAA/NRC/NPR
abhiti
01:52:06
Question: great point raised! universal health coverage only is based on insurance cover; why India is not willing and international system is not willing to move towards universal health care
Abhinaba Pal Jadavpur University
01:53:01
here's the link to the page https://ruralindiaonline.org/articles/what-we-should-do-about-covid-19/
Redmi 101
01:54:06
we are currently experiencing a labor crisis amidst the pandemic especially a collapse in the system managing the migrant workers. Should we be expecting a deeper crisis after the pandemic subsides?
Yash
01:54:59
authoritarianism??
Harshal
01:55:01
Sir,As you said that one of the important steps to tackle the COVID 19 would be to nationalise health sector. But the question remains that will this present Government do it?? and if it doesn't what will be the implications on the people and their access to health care especially access to the underprivileged labourers, farmers, sanitation workers??
Yash
01:55:50
Can you also please talk about authoritarianism as well!
Himanshi Dahiya
01:56:14
Question: Kerala is one Indian state which is being widely appreciated for its handling of COVID-19 crisis. Do you think a model like that can be /should be emulated by the centre as well as other states and will that help migrants in any possible way?
Yash
01:57:26
Can you also please talk about authoritarianism as well!
Poornima
01:58:25
The government is only telling us what we should do and not what it plans to do about COVID-19 :(
Vimla Gulabani
01:58:42
those who are not speaking, please mute yourself
balamurugan
02:00:30
Would like to hear about the authoritarianism and its impact on the economy as most of the middle class is also affected with the migrant/poor
hiranya kallakuri
02:00:42
Dr. Sainath's opinion on this 21 day lockdown, how it was implemented, and what would have been a better way of implementing this lockdown? And looking forward, easing the lockdown poses it's own challenges with respect to community transmission, but what about the thousands that'll get affected because of the lockdown itself?
Meghnad Bose
02:00:47
Sir, industry representatives have become even more fearful after the SC order
Meghnad Bose
02:01:14
They're worried about spilling the beans on the government's lapses on the crisis
ANSHUL JAIN
02:01:38
how do you think media can be given more freedom of speech?
Jyotsna George
02:01:53
can you ask Sainath to stop sharing screen now? We’d like to see him speak!
Yash
02:01:56
religion also?
ANSHUL JAIN
02:02:25
you can click on screen to see him
Shubham Kumar
02:02:26
Is it a time to rethink over universal basic income and universal healthcare? How Universal Basic Income would have helped government to deal with Covid-19?
Anirudh Sankar
02:02:32
I will ask Sainath to stop sharing shortly so we can see him speak :)
Meghnad Bose
02:02:33
@Jyotsna George, you can pin his video individually
hp
02:02:39
Pin video, if you like to see him and not the screen
Gulzar Hussain
02:02:40
Question: The way Authoritarianism is raising be in from Govt. Depts. or Capitalist in given COVID situation, what is the mechanism to maintain equitable distribution of works/income on post COVID situation.
Anirudh Sankar
02:02:43
or yes pin his video individually
Nanditha Menon
02:02:44
Jyotsna, Sainath and the screen share are separate screens
Anirudh Sankar
02:02:45
that's the best
joyoni
02:02:45
The attack on the Muslims was covered by NY Times https://www.nytimes.com/video/world/asia/100000006963057/modi-muslims-india-citizenship-test.html
ramuramdas
02:02:49
can we get back to seeing Sainath on the screen please instead of this screen showing now?
Nanditha Menon
02:02:55
please click on the window where you can see him
Anirudh Sankar
02:03:01
please click his video to pin it
014466
02:03:05
you can still see him omg
Debarshi
02:03:17
Does the govt. plea to supreme court to censor mainstream media reporting regarding corona extend to people doing independent media reporting in online platforms and/or social media?What can be done in these platforms and how do you see them trying to crack down the opposition voices on these platforms?
Ashutosh Pandey
02:03:24
In this time of crisis,how can privilege people like us sitting safely in our homes can help our migrant workers/labourers etc? people want to do but they just don't know how to directly benefit the needy one?
Saptarshi Majumdar
02:03:33
Question : Can you make a comment about media's role in this situation?
Archana Shukla
02:03:39
In case you're watching it through a phone, just click on the screen to see him talking
hp
02:03:51
Migrant workers in Assam are also being asked to continue work on dams, bridges - upping the wages to about Rs. 1000 per day.Is this an exercise of a different kind of morality? And how is this in anyway legal?
Yash
02:04:10
Can you please also talk about Covid-19 and surveillance?
Ananya Chakraborty
02:04:17
Can you please comment on how the fears of CAA and the Covid 19 have compounded to aggrevate the current migrant crisis?
Amrita Chakraborty
02:04:23
If Indian gets 1 billion dollar from World Bank, how should the Indian Government distribute the fund to address the current situation?
Yash
02:04:51
Do you believe in any of the conspiracy theories surrounding Covid-19?
ANSHUL JAIN
02:05:03
yes about this loan from World Bank, how do you think it is justified?
Tulika Bathija
02:05:16
Thank you for so much for organizing this lecture. I’m sorry, I need to leave now. I will watch the recorded session later. Thank you. Tulika from Japan.
ANSHUL JAIN
02:05:58
how this loan will affect our economy and where this money shoulder be used or allocated
Syamkrishnan P. Aryan
02:06:01
will the reverse migration lead to localisation of economy; an economy based on local production and consumption rather than an economy lead by supply chain monsters ?
Jyotsna George
02:06:04
How can civil society and citizens advocate for the measures that PARI has recommended??
Jyotsna George
02:06:26
Especially with decreasing space for dissent.
Mary Ann Chacko
02:07:48
Is there any way to find numerical data ( so early on) on the number of migrant laborers who have had to leave their work places due to the lockdown?
Poornima
02:08:17
Can we have one more session with Sainath just for Q&As please?
Jyotsna George
02:08:33
For all the young people who have become politicised and active since CAA, how do we organise and advocate for pro-rural development policies and national public health policies, etc moving forward??
Akshay
02:08:52
I feel that the central government is hiding the real number of people affected by the virus
Akshay
02:09:12
There's no way our number is low compared to other countries
usha iyer
02:09:20
In the responses to the anti-CAA protests, federalism has been proposed as one way to de-centralize power (states countering the center’s mandate). With the response to the pandemic, as well, do you see some states (like Kerala) doing better, and how might these form a strong opposition to the BJP at the center?
hiranya kallakuri
02:09:22
Creative steroid/crack analogies, loved it.
Sneha Dasgupta
02:09:36
once again, how does this increased authoritarianism tie into the citizenship laws?
Sharik
02:09:38
a reminder to all: Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde have to surrender in less than 48 hours.
Prannay Kumar
02:11:07
how do we get the recording version ?
mehakwadhwani
02:11:32
can you elaborate a bit on how this has lead to the decay of institutions? if there was a time to be proud of institutions in india and how bad it really is today? what can we do to increase the power of these institutions to balance out the power of the social and market fundamentalists?
Abishek Nippani
02:11:39
what do you think of Abhijit Banerjee calling bjp's economic policies central-left
Poornima
02:11:42
Missed this - who said that?
Bijit Sarkar
02:11:59
WSJ editorial
Mamata Dash
02:12:06
The Wall Street Journal three days ago
Poornima
02:12:27
Thank you!
Yash
02:12:54
Can Covid-19 be a mega conspiracy?
Sameeha J
02:13:26
https://www.wsj.com/articles/rethinking-the-coronavirus-shutdown-11584659154
Satyanshu
02:14:00
What is the egalitarian alternate to the broad framework of James Ferguson's and Arturo Escobar's respective views of development as an "anti-politics machine" and discourse (in the Foucauldian sense) which is always meant to fail the most marginalized?
harish iyer
02:14:12
pls share link to UNDP report that Sainath is referring to ($80 bn number he referred to)
Jyotsna George
02:14:19
Loving the sarcasm !! :)
srikanth
02:14:20
:). how much do you see this leading to banks recapitalising business in India? [Business loves a good virus]
Aindrila
02:14:29
Kindly share the list to upload the email ids to receive the recording
hiranya kallakuri
02:14:32
yes! the sarcasm!
Srajan Bhatnagar
02:15:03
Please share the list to add mail id.
Yash
02:15:21
where can we find the link for the recording?
PI
02:16:08
Sainath, If You were a Debt ridden Village Farmer in Maharashtra, what would you do right now?
rohan
02:17:27
I recently read that Kerala had done the most COVID tests out of all other states. The number of tests done were 7000 which is abysmal. A state as populous as UP has done only something like 2000. What do you think will be the consequences of this severe lack of COVID testing in India?
Jayteerth
02:17:45
jayteerth@gmail.com
harish iyer
02:18:08
hiyer69@gmail.com
Mahalaya Chatterjee
02:18:33
mahalayac@hotmail.com
Aindrila
02:18:35
aindrila@sampark.org
Poornima
02:18:45
poornimasrdhr@gmail.com
Jaishankar Vishwakarma
02:18:52
lobo.akshata@gmail.com
Mamata Dash
02:19:00
mamata68@gmail.com
Saloni Goyal
02:19:00
Salonigoyal@nls.ac.in
shraiyasingh
02:19:06
singhshraiya18@gmail.com
Anirudh Sankar
02:19:11
we will discuss hwo to get on the mailing list at the very end
hp
02:19:12
brunomails92@gmail.com
ABMJ
02:19:12
abeymathew10@gmail.com
Ankita Goyal
02:19:23
ank2715@gmail.com
Antara Rao Yadavalli
02:19:23
does the legality status of various groups of migrants immediately make the crisis worse?
Shashwat
02:19:25
shashwatpshukla4@gmail.com
motorola one power
02:19:27
gargrahul0326@gmail.com
Prema Gera
02:19:27
prema_gera@hotmail.com
Debashish Aich
02:19:29
aichdebashoka@gmail.com
Yash
02:19:38
bhavesh.jhaveri19@gmail.com
Premkumar Harihar
02:19:40
prem4in@gmail.com
Osheen
02:19:43
osheenloctus@gmail.com
Koushik Muddu
02:19:44
Please psot the video in PARI page.
Ronak
02:19:46
ronak.shah@sevamandir.org
shrikkanth
02:19:51
Sainath, If You were a Debt ridden Village Farmer in Maharashtra, what would you do right now? - very relevant question. Would be great if you could find time to answer this. Thank you.
Pratik Jawale
02:19:53
pratikjawale135@gmail.com
rajesh
02:19:53
rajesh@trif.in
014466
02:19:54
don’t share your email ids here
Susmita
02:20:03
susmitasarkar887@gmail.com
shraiyasingh
02:20:05
aalidadhich97@outlook.com
vikram chavan
02:20:16
vikramchavan306@gmail.com
Johana Mahrat
02:20:18
mahratj@gmail.com
APFTOSHIBA-754
02:20:24
pavansatkar1987@gmail.com
Subhadip Ghosh
02:20:24
vidyapati021@gmail.com
RAJ SHEKHAR SINGH
02:20:27
rssingh.19@stu.aud.ac.in
Redmi
02:20:27
maharsumit02@gmail.com
Ankita Goyal
02:20:36
we would need the video link. what would be the way to get it??
Rahul Sharma
02:20:51
rahulsharma2006@outlook.com, aashikulshrestha01@gmail.com, nkulshreshtha06@gmail.com
Naman Jain
02:20:51
nj88765@gmail.com
Meghnad Bose
02:20:55
Can we expect a drastic increase in mass surveillance and other forms of imposition of authoritarianism under the guise of this health crisis, which could persist even after?
Prannv Dhawan
02:21:02
prannvdhawan@nls.ac.in
014466
02:21:05
he will share a link for mailing list in the end
Redmi
02:21:12
What do you say about PM cares fund?
Ipsit
02:21:29
ipsit13@gmail.com
VIKAS BISHNOI
02:21:53
vikasjayani29@gmail.com
Manish Sahu
02:21:54
PM cares fund??
Galaxy J7 Nxt
02:22:01
ritikathakur883@gmail.com
Madhu Madhav Dev
02:22:13
madhu.dev@azimpremjifoundation.org
Prakriti Thakur
02:22:20
prakritithakur33@gmail.com
Ankita Goyal
02:22:25
why do still BJP keeps winning national elections ? how would people know that we need to use our voting rights?
Bibin Sam Thomas
02:22:32
can someone share a link to the caravan article Sainath mentioned?
hiranya kallakuri
02:22:39
Yes, Mr. Sainath's opinion on PM Cares
014466
02:23:27
pls ask him about the PM cares fund ~ polsci class
Anshul Raj
02:23:38
Apurva kashyap , are you there
Medha Ojha
02:24:02
ojha.medha23@gmail.com
Tushar Goel
02:24:21
tushar.goel@tiss.edu
Tanya Goel
02:24:28
tanya.virgo21@gmail.com
Ray
02:24:39
There are many local groups voluntaring and collecting and supplying food to migrants in your city.
Anmol Arshna
02:24:42
arshanaanmol22@gmail.com
Thamil Thedal
02:24:51
thamilthedal@gmail.com
Manish Sahu
02:25:06
manishsahu475001@gmail.com
rupal
02:25:14
I would like to make a plug for aidindia.org, https://aidindia.org/responding-to-coronavirus/, if you want to help from here
Shreyasi Banerjee
02:25:16
shreyasi.banerjee@isdm.org.in
Saptarshi Majumdar
02:25:18
saptarshim@iisc.ac.in
Ankita Goyal
02:25:22
Sainath, can you think of pooling this list on PARI website??
Nancy Kapoor
02:25:36
kapoor.nancy@gmail.com
Anugrah
02:25:48
Can the moderators please email me the link to the caravan article Sainath mentioned? anugrahakumarsharma@gmail.com
Ankita Goyal
02:25:50
we can also try adding to the list.
Aley Joseph Pallickaparambil
02:26:02
Mr. Sainath, what are good sources of information that we can use to network with organizations in India?
Aley Joseph Pallickaparambil
02:26:16
How do we know the good ones form the bullshit ones?
Aarya Thackeray
02:26:23
Question: How do you think 'Public Health' being in the State List of the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution has affected the current situation? What kind of effect/outcome do you think would occur if it is shifted to the Concurrent List?
PI
02:26:24
please repeat these organisations names
Hena Faqurudheen
02:26:28
Those in Delhi can look up Helping Hands NGO and Karwaan e Mohabbat and Saheli - they are collecting rations and funds to help migrant workers across the NCR.
PI
02:26:32
is there a list ?
AK
02:26:37
kaimalakash@gmail.com , please notify when the recording is uploaded. Thanks.
Srajan Bhatnagar
02:27:03
https://linktr.ee/yifcovid19 please consider donating for the betterment of workers in haryana
arvind
02:27:04
arvindmalik@udyogini.org
debashreemukherjee
02:27:11
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13-FyR3kblEItp-1XGjqrNqqVEiE2vkcvrtDPnQVk-GM/edit?usp=sharing
Ankita Goyal
02:27:15
Hena, can you share their account details ??
rupal
02:27:17
Aidindia.org has been doing some amazing immediate and medium term work in India
Raj Redij-Gill
02:27:22
We are maintaining a website with info on how to help and access help. Please fwel free to publicize this info and more importantly share details of efforts you are aware of.http://covid19pdhelp.com
Anshika
02:27:25
Hi Anirudh, please do share the link of the recorded video. anshikavarma@gmail.com
Abhi
02:27:27
Some people are trying to make a map of organisations that are reaching out to the marginalised. Please find the map here if you want to contribute:https://datawrapper.dwcdn.net/7ggPN/12/
debashreemukherjee
02:27:35
List of relief egos, in the google doc above:
rupal
02:27:45
https://aidindia.org/responding-to-coronavirus/
Naman Jain
02:27:50
Mr. Sainath you must have a huge network of people trying to help the marginalised can you try to organize a crowd funding initiative where all of us can contribute something
Vishnu
02:27:59
https://covid-relief.glideapp.io/
Mansi
02:28:07
Goonj is doing relief work to a great extent
Hena Faqurudheen
02:28:08
Ankita Goyal - you should look them up on Facebook so you can vet the organization as well
Gita Mithal
02:28:16
parivartan doing great relief work in kanpur
Ankita Goyal
02:28:22
thanks Hena
Vishnu
02:28:22
For people interested in donating>
Vishnu
02:28:24
https://covid-relief.glideapp.io/
Yogesh
02:28:25
Please upload to Youtube or Vimeo
Raj Redij-Gill
02:28:28
raj@clayduck.com - please share recording when available.
Hena Faqurudheen
02:28:29
Goonj is also a great organization - Anshu talked earlier today about their operations restarting in 12 states right now
Vimla Gulabani
02:28:47
Please mute
Sanchita Dasgupta
02:28:56
Host, pls mute
Koushik Muddu
02:29:03
mute
Mansi
02:29:08
https://goonj.org/support-covid-19-affected/
Vimla Gulabani
02:29:24
Sangeeta menon
namitaWaikar
02:29:24
This link is for the Masterpage for all the Covid-19 stories on PARI: https://ruralindiaonline.org/articles/covering-the-human-cost-of-covid-19/
nisha kumari
02:29:29
Sangeeta
Sameeha J
02:29:35
they muted themselves
Syed Shahabuddin
02:30:52
Please share recording when available . sshahabuddin@jmi.ac.in
Kunal
02:31:24
kunalpawar91@gmail.com
Abhinaba Pal Jadavpur University
02:31:49
please make a coordination group with the people who joined
Smita
02:32:00
See this segment as well:nThe Rural in the Urban https://ruralindiaonline.org/stories/categories/the-rural-in-the-urban/
Jyotsna George
02:32:08
Best decision I made to gatecrash this call :)
rupal
02:32:14
AID India has worked in more than 15 states and more working with the most marginalized communities that Sainath has mentioned. aidindia.org
Siddharth Singh
02:32:18
are there other websites like PARI
Siddharth Singh
02:32:22
?
Nidhi Singh
02:32:30
https://www.instagram.com/p/B-g9FmyDo4Y/?igshid=9vnvv4o8khre - a group of women have been working in Delhi to provide for Daily wage labourers and pogrom-hit victims. please reach out in case you would like to contribute monetarily.
Gita Mithal
02:32:32
absolutely we will send from Indian accounts
Anirudh Sankar
02:32:40
please stay on the line to learn about how to get on the mailing list and listen to a recording
ABMJ
02:32:52
saw about this meeting on leftword.com
Jyotsna George
02:33:09
THANK YOU to Sainath and organisers for this initiative. Please keep us updated on following Solidarity Lectures. I am in India, but I know there are many many who want to be able to participate in these conversations.
Nora Alexy
02:33:22
noraalexy@gmail.com
Chetana Soyam
02:33:41
dr.schetana@gmail.com
rupal
02:33:50
https://twitter.com/AIDINDIA/status/1246161431264989185?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Eembeddedtimeline%7Ctwterm%5Eprofile%3AAIDINDIA&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Faidindia.org%2Fdonate%2Fcovid-relief-fund%2F
Mansi
02:33:54
If you are in the US, wanting to contribute directly to an organization: Goonj will be a great option to donate. They have an FCRA and are working for COVID relief.https://goonj.org/support-covid-19-affected/
Smita
02:33:56
HealthcareThe state of rural health https://ruralindiaonline.org/stories/categories/health/
Nora Alexy
02:34:12
Albert.bonnie2019@teachforindia.com
Ashutosh Pandey
02:34:26
ashutoshpandey245@gmail.com
Syamkrishnan P. Aryan
02:34:43
syamkrishnanpa@gmail.com
Rohan Rajapure
02:34:47
rohan0402@gmail.com
Pooja
02:34:49
Thank you .. I have interacted with PARI journalist on issues of migrant workers in Maharashtra Sugar cane cutting farms .
Gita Mithal
02:34:51
stay safe Sainath. Siddhartha is our mutual friend and we will do whatever to support him and others who are persecuted by the authoritarian bullies
Meghnad Bose
02:34:56
Thank you, PARI, for the absolutely phenomenal work the team does!
Akash
02:35:01
Why not an app?
Meghnad Bose
02:35:06
And thank you for everything, Sainath Sir!
PI
02:35:10
we would like to contribute in the educational modules from the Team at DLRC,Pune. www.dlrc.in
Abhinaba Pal Jadavpur University
02:35:12
i have made a dedicated group
Abhinaba Pal Jadavpur University
02:35:16
https://www.facebook.com/groups/917453072031547/
Soujanya Sridharan
02:35:20
soujisri.1996@gmail.com
Ankita Goyal
02:35:22
Thanks a lot Sainath.
Nora Alexy
02:35:26
shwethaskumar96@gmail.com
Training, Teach For India
02:35:27
Thank you so much!
Gita Mithal
02:35:33
thank you we are greatful that you’re speak research and value life
abhisheksharma
02:35:37
as3626@cornell.edu
Abhinaba Pal Jadavpur University
02:35:37
if anyone wants to get involved in a coordination group
Naman Jain
02:35:40
thank you so much Mr.Sainath
nisha kumari
02:35:45
prshntkumar0000@gmail.com
Karen Dsouza
02:35:47
karendsouza1996@gmail.com
LAKSHITA VOHRA
02:35:50
so informative THANKYOU Please organizing more like this
SJ
02:35:54
Thank you so much :)
Redmi
02:35:54
thank you ✊
MEERA 16
02:35:55
meera.16apu@gmail.com
Divya Prakash Vyas
02:35:56
divyaprakash.vyas@gmail.com
Amrita Chakraborty
02:35:57
amrita.22nov@gmail.com Please share the video link.
nisha kumari
02:35:59
start a Discord Server
Daniel Ishaku
02:35:59
Thanks a lot for the intelligent discourse Sainath!
6a4fd253
02:36:00
nimmalasrikumar567@gmail.com
MUSKAN AGARWAL
02:36:02
muskag99@gmail.com
Naihan Nath
02:36:03
naihan.nath@gmail.com
LAKSHITA VOHRA
02:36:05
*organize
PI
02:36:05
iyengarpavan@gmail.com
nehaprakash
02:36:06
mani.prakash1312@gmail.com
Sanchita Samaddar
02:36:07
Thank you sir.
Sabu K U
02:36:08
sabujoseph.ku@gmail.com
abhisheksharma
02:36:09
Sainath - one lecture specific to Decentralisation
tarun.joseph
02:36:10
jaat52@gmail.com
porag
02:36:11
series of such short discussion would be useful
Vijayendra Kadalabal
02:36:13
vijayendrakadalabal@gmail.com
Purvi
02:36:15
purvi.rajpuria@gmail.com
Divya Prakash Vyas
02:36:19
rejeetm@gmail.com
nisha kumari
02:36:20
start a Discord Server
Sidra Ali
02:36:20
sidra998@gmail.com
Harshal
02:36:22
harshalddeshpande@gmail.com
Pravah Zoom conference
02:36:23
sukannyaa.lahon@pravah.org
nisha kumari
02:36:25
start a Discord Server
lulu Sitabkhan
02:36:25
thank you so much sir for this talk, I am a journalism student myself and this talk was very eye opening, it really cleared a lot of my doubtsI hope to attend more such talks in the future
Smita Premchander
02:36:25
my email:smitapremchander@gmail.com
Mahalaya Chatterjee
02:36:29
Thanks Sainath and the team
Manish Sahu
02:36:32
Thank you so much P sainath
Gulzar Hussain
02:36:33
akmgulzar@gmail.com for recorded audio link of lecture
nisha kumari
02:36:35
prshntkumar0000@gmail.com
Tasmin Kurien
02:36:36
Do tell us how to get on the mailing list. This was very interesting.
lulu Sitabkhan
02:36:36
coollulua@gmail.com
sanjoy mitra
02:36:42
smmitra98@gmail.com
shubham gurav
02:36:50
shubhamgurav9420@gmail.com
Hena Faqurudheen
02:36:55
Thank y'all!
Saptarshi Majumdar
02:36:56
Thank you for organising this talk.
Sarah Khan
02:36:58
sarahkkhan@protonmail.com
Manasi Birmole
02:36:58
manasibirmole100@gmail.com
Abhinaba Pal Jadavpur University
02:37:14
if anyone wants to get into a coordination group https://www.facebook.com/groups/917453072031547/
sanjoy mitra
02:37:16
smmitra98@gmail.com
Priyank S
02:37:19
priyank1849@gmail.com
indupriya
02:37:25
indupriya.tm@gmail.com
Mizinksa Daimari
02:37:27
mizinksa@gmail.com
Meghnad Bose
02:37:30
meghnadbose93@gmail.com
Jeewika
02:37:35
how can one get on the mailing list?
sanket aher
02:37:40
sanket9922@gmail.com
Poornima
02:37:43
poornimasrdhr@gmail.com
Fawzia Tarannum
02:37:43
fawziat@gmail.com
Tasmin Kurien
02:37:59
solidarityacrossdistances@gmail.com
joyoni
02:38:03
solidarityacrossdistances@gmail.com
porag
02:38:04
please type the solidarity ID here
Anirudh Sankar
02:38:04
solidarityacrossdistances@gmail.com
Varsha
02:38:08
varsha1071997@gmail.com
Soujanya Sridharan
02:38:08
solidaritycrossdistances@gmail.com
namitaWaikar
02:38:13
https://ruralindiaonline.org/pages/donate/
Sidra Ali
02:38:22
alitahoora@gmail.com
harish iyer
02:38:35
Thanks, Sainath, for a wonderful, difficult-to-hear lecture. Just donated to your PARI Pune HDFC account as I am from Hyderabad
Sanjani
02:38:38
sanjanirao124@gmail.com
namitaWaikar
02:38:51
This is the link for sending donations to PARI by Indian citizens from Indian Bank Accounts:
namitaWaikar
02:38:52
https://ruralindiaonline.org/pages/donate/
Sanchita Samaddar
02:39:02
Thank you.
Pooja
02:39:03
thank you
Mamata Dash
02:39:04
Thank you Sainath and team for a valuable session. So much insights and information.