Category: Reporters

Robi’s Game

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

Follow Robi as he recounts his life in a Bangladesh refugee camp after winning his semi-final soccer game in Brisbane, Australia. This is part three of ... Read More

Rohingya Education: Learning Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

A Rajasthani woman funds over fifty Rohingya children's education. An anthropologist considers refugee working conditions, while Jaipur's rubbish pickers work hard. One Rohingya man organises ... Read More

Rohingya Refugees in Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

A Rohingya refugee shares how his father helped him flee Myanmar when he was just a child. A Rajasthan Government representative and local Rajasthani weigh-in ... Read More

The Pathway To Equality – Disability Accessibility In Jakarta, Indonesia

Chloe Mabb- June 3, 2018

In the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, a lack of accessibility is still a daily reality for the city’s disability community. Yet,  damaged pathways, a lack ... Read More

What the West Will Do For India’s Children

Nickie You- October 17, 2017

Voluntourism, the hybrid of volunteering while travelling, is one of the fastest growing trends in travel. The concept of travelling in a developing country, while ... Read More

Jaipur Foot – Restoring Glory

Madeline Grace- October 17, 2017

Jaipur Foot is an NGO in Jaipur India that provides prosthetics or artificial limbs to as many disabled people as possible through its centres, outreach ... Read More

WHAT DOES FEMINISM MEAN TO YOU? A Visual Podcast in Jaipur

Michelle Zhu- October 17, 2017

Intersectional feminism means the inclusion and representation of different identities and voices from all cultures. This podcast is an exploration of what feminism means to ... Read More

What Came First, The Love or the Marriage? A Documentary

Michelle Zhu- October 17, 2017

Love and arranged marriages are part of an ongoing complex conversation that is unfolding before our eyes. This is a documentary exploring the complexities of ... Read More

Climate Crisis

Johnpaul Gonzo- October 16, 2017

One fifth of the world's suicides occur in India, with farmers significantly overrepresented in suicide data. Now, a ground breaking US study has shed light ... Read More

The Youth Testament in India

Claire Norton- October 16, 2017

Religion is an ancient part of Indian culture. Join UQ in Jaipur reporter Claire Norton, as she investigates the young generation's involvement with religion in ... Read More

Health is the Industry’s Wealth

Juanita Egan- October 16, 2017

Tucked away in an alley off the main street of Jaipur, the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries are plagued by counterfeit medications and supplements. Boxes litter ... Read More