South Asian progress is ever so often held to ransom by multifarious conflicts -- national, international, regional, caste, communal, ethnic – that stymie its efforts to rise above abysmal poverty levels and take its rightful place in global polity. In a crowded and often establishment-friendly media environment, all parties to a conflict rarely get to voice their opinions. Twenty four hour breaking news channels that lay down media t...
February 10, 2015
Panos workshop participant bags highest award for a radio programon HIV/AIDS in Sri Lanka and PakistanPanos workshop participant bags highest award for a radio programon HIV/AIDS in Sri Lanka and Pakistan Panos workshop participant bags highest award for a radio programon HIV/AIDS...Read More
January 14, 2015
Panos workshop participant bags highest award for a radio programme on HIV/AIDS in Sri LankaHe did not know that by September, the British were spying on many of his online activities, tracking his Internet searches and messages, according to former American and Indian of...Read More
Panos South Asia's project on Globalisation and Labour involved extensive research by eminent academicians into specific issues that impinge on the livelihoods of people in the subcontinent ...
March 8, 2019
Garrisoned Minds: Women and Armed Conflict in South AsiaFrom 2014-2016 Panos South Asia, supported by IDRC, selected and trained 12 journalists to work with research institutes and mentors to bring out the voices of women in conflict zones in Sou...Read More
January 15, 2015
Panos South Asia launches its Community based radio programme for adolescents, by adolescents in BiharOn 12th October 2008 at Patna, Bihar. It aims to inform and empower the adolescent community of Bihar on issues of Reproductive Health, good governance and environment. The launch was...Read More