In a fun and fascinating session at the Bengaluru Literature Festival on Saturday afternoon (17 December 2016), Roopa Pai, Bengaluru-based bestselling author of The Gita for Children, convinced kids (and their parents) of the importance
Agenda: To understand and learn the concepts and principles of how traffic flows in Bengaluru. Two urban transport experts gave a detailed presentation on how transportation works in Indian cities and why mass transit is
A ‘Workshop on Community Journalism’ was organized by the Ecumenical Christian Centre (ECC) from 8th to 10th December 2016 at ECC Campus, Whitefield, Bangalore. Co Media Lab was the knowledge partner and facilitated the various
MediaCon2016, a national conference on Media and Political Transformation was organised by the Department of Communication of St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Bangalore, on 24 and 25 November 2016. The Co Media Lab supported the
Preparations for Mediacon, a two-day annual national conference by the communication department of St Joseph’s college is all set to be showcased on November 24-25, 2016. “This conference will create a place where students,
How to fix garbage burning issue in Bengaluru? Discussion was centred around how people and organisations working on various issues related to garbage can collaborate and work to address garbage burning issue. Sobia and Ankit
Some of us visited the ‘Civic Hub’ at Sanjay Nagar and spent a few hours learning about their past, present and future work. This community meeting (Co Lab Party!) was organised by Citizen Matters as part
The Co Media Lab which is hosted at Jain University, Bengaluru announces a new partnership with the Emmy Award-winning International Reporting Program (IRP) at the University of British Columbia’s School of Journalism.