Category: UQ in Rajasthan

UQ in Rajasthan

The Life of a ‘Street Child’

Julia Enchelmaier- November 5, 2018

A child’s life can be very different in a place like Jaipur compared to Australia. Join me as I explore the life of a ‘street ... Read More

Jaipur Tourism Boom

Grace Whiteside- October 30, 2018

Jaipur is thriving. The capital of Rajasthan is fast-paced and filled with bustling locals and in the last few years, it hasn't locals making their ... Read More

A New Brew

Jessica Miller- October 30, 2018

India and tea go hand and hand. And now a new variety has the country brewing with excitement. Olive tea - made from processed olive ... Read More

Under the Counter – India’s Pharmaceutical Industry

Enya Williams- October 30, 2018

India has one of the largest and most dangerous pharmaceutical industries in the world. Patent laws make medication extremely cheap in India and prescriptions are ... Read More

The Curse of Caste

Shirley Luy- October 30, 2018

India's primordial caste system still lives on in society today. Despite laws prohibiting “untouchability” and caste-based discrimination, lower castes continue to face prejudice and social exclusion ... Read More

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 newest habitat on earth: our cities

Kirsty Slemint- October 25, 2018

To consider the impacts of urbanisation and the remarkable ways that animals adapt to survive in this man-made world. We’re exploring the newest habitat on ... Read More

Rakhine to Rajasthan: The Rohingya Experience

Anthea Belessis- October 25, 2018

Amidst one of the largest refugee crises in the world, Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar to escape the atrocities and extreme religious intolerance exercised against ... Read More