Posts Tagged "diversity"

IDIA Comes to Goa: A Sun Salute to Salgaocar!

By on Feb 8, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

IDIA Comes to Goa: A Sun Salute to Salgaocar!

The 16th December 2016 turned out to be a memorable day in the annals of IDIA history. For on this day, we sowed the seeds for our newest IDIA chapter: “IDIA Goa” in the Salgaocar College of Law. So how did IDIA Goa come to pass? Therein lies a story of sheer persistence; and perhaps even a love for the sun, sea and sand.

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IDIA is in the news for all the right reasons | Media Updates

By on Feb 6, 2017 in Blog | 2 comments

IDIA is in the news for all the right reasons | Media Updates

From scholars making waves to the important year-round IDIA events. From sensitisations in Naxalite prone areas of Chattisgarh to a story of philantrophic ventures by members of the legal community. IDIA has been in the news for all the right reasons. Find out what they are.

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IDIA – Look Back 2016

By on Dec 31, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

IDIA – Look Back 2016

2016 was our biggest year yet. We want to thank everyone who made it possible. Here’s a look back at the year!

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Arodhum selects first year law student Dharu Ram as Arodhum Scholar 2016

By on Dec 27, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Arodhum selects first year law student Dharu Ram as Arodhum Scholar 2016

Arodhum awards scholarships to deserving rural students who demonstrate laudable strength or skill in a field, and show great potential to be agents of change. It has selected IDIA scholar, Dharu Ram as Arodhum Scholar 2016. Dharu, hails from a village in Rajasthan, and wants to fight for justice. Read his story and about Arodhum scholarship that provides opportunity and resources to bridge inequality.

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Tribal children in remote parts of Chattisgarh are the key to transforming communities – Sensitisation Stories

By on Dec 23, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Tribal children in remote parts of Chattisgarh are the key to transforming communities – Sensitisation Stories

IDIA members visited villages in interior of one of the most disturbed regions in India in Chattisgarh for conducting sensitisations. With the support of Indo-Tibetan Border Police that was conducting many civil action activities in the area, IDIA reached out to many children from tribal communities who demonstrated great potential. Abhay, IDIA team member, talks about his experiences during the trip, and the hope that children from tribal communities hold for transforming the area.

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