Deliberations on the issue of 'Police Reforms' in which Dr Vipul Mudgal, Director, Common Cause, featured as a guest. Rajya Sabha TV, July 5, 2018.
The Right To Die With Dignity- On the the Supreme Court's verdict and deliberated on issues of the "Living Will", self determination and patient autonomy.
The Case For And Against Passive Euthanasia: On the the Supreme Court's verdict and deliberated on issues of the "Living Will", self determination and patient autonomy.
Doordarshan and Lok Sabha TV ran full-fledged programmes on "Living Will" in which the Common Cause view was discussed at length in English and Hindi. It is hoped that some newspapers will run full-page stories in the coming weeks and more channels will feature the issue in its correct perspective.
A 'must-see' 5 minute video by a 13-year-old. It is 24 years old, and yet even more relevant today.
Investigative journalist Will Potter is the only reporter who has been inside a Communications Management Unit, or CMU, within a US prison. These units were opened secretly, and radically alter how prisoners are treated — even preventing them from hugging their children. Potter, a TED Fellow, shows us who is imprisoned here, and how the government is trying to keep them hidden. "The message was clear," he says. "Don’t talk about this place." Find sources for this talk at willpotter.com/cmu
Shri Kamal Kant Jaswal, President, Common Cause shares his insights on the The Consumer Protection Bill, 2015, in a panel discussion on the subject.
In this engaging TED talk human rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson shares some hard truths about America's justice system, starting with a massive imbalance along racial lines: a third of the country's black male population has been incarcerated at some point in their lives.
Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice — and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
The Ugly Indian is an anonymous collective that does not talk to media, wants no publicity and works with the motto - Only Work No Talk. However, they made an exception for TEDxBangalore so that they could open up the question of why we as Indians are okay with filthy public spaces? The tragedy of the commons - can we change it to the victory of the commons?