Erica
Prdydz

Katie
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Sonja
Moaner

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Erica
Prdydz

"I couldn't find

my five year old child

for six hours after the

fire broke."

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may 8 2018

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Katie
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feb 9 2018

"This is an invisible workforce.

people get to see their conditions."

There is no way that

Sonja
Moaner

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apr 18 2018

"I consider myself a woman

but I was born in

a male body."

Erica
Prdydz

Katie
Jenkins

Sonja
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Prdydz

"There was a time when I would forage

But today I cook food for so many people."

for food in the dustbin because I was starving.

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may 8 2018

Erica
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Sonja
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Erica
Prdydz

"A number of people click photos because

they see a Mullah and a pandit sitting together."

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may 8 2018

Erica
Prdydz

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Erica
Prdydz

"Only those who are powerful can fight

Those who are powerless cannot fight."

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may 8 2018

Reuters journalist and Pulitzer prize winner Danish Siddiqui was killed on 15th July 2021 while covering a clash between Afghan security forces and Taliban fighters near a border crossing with Pakistan.

In addition to his searing photographs of the Rohingya crisis, Siddiqui took images that brought to light the extent of Muslim suffering in the February 2020 communal violence in Delhi and the sheer weight of deaths in the second wave of COVID-19 in India.

We will miss you Danish.

“What has this innocent child done to deserve this plight?”

“I couldn’t find my child for 6 hours, I was like a mad woman…”

Listen to Rohingya parents lament as their life is razed to ground zero again and again.

Vidhya Rajput’s story as a transwoman is a story about love.

his is a story about rights. About reclaiming the right to love, dignity and acceptance.

The right to work and identity.

“Across the country, the same people of the same caste are doing the same exploitative work, because manual scavenging has its roots in caste,” says Sudharak Olwe, documentary photographer, who has been awarded a Padma Shri for his empathetic work. “If you look at their stories, in each case, it is the wife and the children who suffer the most. Eventually the wife has to go back to cleaning toilets.” Despite claims by #SwachhBharat, life for manual scavengers continues to be a descent into darkness and death across India. Powerful images by Sudharak Olwe and Palini Kumar highlight the dehumanized work of manual scavengers and the caste stigma they face. “There are strict laws and a strong judgement from the Supreme Court of India, but at the ground level, the inhuman practice continues,” says Raj Bhushan of Water Aid India.

This film traces the circularity in the pattern of migration in the lives of workers who hail from north Bihar’s Araria district and work as skilled construction labour building Gurdwaras in Punjab. These are people who build the country from below, yet suffer a social and political exclusion that invisibles them. The protagonist Sikendra is a young man whose life, loves and aspirations are divided between his two homes- one where his family is and the other, that his search for livelihood compels him to accept.