Palagummi Sainath is a spirited journalist who continues to tell the issues of rural India.
Since the world is rapidly changing, the social role of journalism is being called into question once again.
How can we tell the world about the climate crisis and the movement for social and economic justice?
He will talk about a new way of journalism for people, based on his own works.
The seminar is open to everyone.
|Target||General, High school students, Elementary and junior high school students, Current students and staff, Others|
|Dates||2023.10.21 [Sat] 13:00 – 15:00|
|Venue name||JR Hakata City 10F Large meeting room|
|Seating capacity||100 people, lottery if exceeded|
|Participation fee||Free of charge ※ The result of the lottery will be announced by e-mail after the application deadline.|
People's Archive of Rural India Founder Editor
The 31st Fukuoka Prize Grand Prize Laureate
1957 Born in Chennai (formerly known as Madras), India
1977 B.A. History, Loyola College, Madras
1979 M.A. History, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
・Everybody loves a good drought: stories from India's poorest districts, Penguin India, 1996.
・The Indian Media: Illusion, Delusion, Reality. Essays in Honour of Prem Bhatia（co-author）, Rupa, 2006.
・The Last Heroes: Foot Soldiers of Indian Freedom, Penguin Random House India, 2022.
Fukuoka Prize 2021 Grand Prize
Advanced registration required|
*Please register through the following link.
If we receive more applications that expected, we will select the participants by lottery.
2023.09.01 [Fri] –
Name: IQ office
|Publishing period||2023.09.01 [Fri] –|