Flood Volunteers seek sustainable solutions for city

A group of highly motivated individuals who actively carried out voluntary work during the floods met on Saturday to discuss their next course of action, at the South Asian headquarters of Aide et Action International (AEAI), an Geneva-based NGO, in Chetpet.

Source: The Hindu

Posted On: 10-01-2016

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Plight of Migrant Workers Needs Attention in Himachal Pradesh

“In my village, I can’t feed my family because there’s no work. So, I came to Himachal Pradesh. It was painful to leave my wife and children,” said Harish Thapa, who hails from Rukum village of Nepal and works in Rekong Peo, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. “I will earn here and repay loans I took from relatives,” Harish told VillageSquare.in.

Source: The Quint

Posted On: 28-08-2017

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India's bonded workers battle 'captivity mentality': after rescue

After his rescue from abuse and overwork as a bonded labourer in a brick kiln in south India, Shanmugam Paneer has set up his own business making household items from bamboo.

Source: The Reuters

Posted On: 16-08-2017

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Monumental shades

Aide et Action International has organised an exhibition titled ‘Monumental Connect and Many Other Shades of Connect’, with some of the works of a leading water-color painter of Sri Lanka, Royden O. Gibbs and a photo-exhibition of a young Indian artist Anavi Singh at Lionel Wendt Art Gallery, Colombo on May 28, 29 and 30.

Source: Daily News

Posted On: 24-05-2016

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India through Lankan eyes and Lanka through Indian eyes

Royden Gibbs, one of Sri Lanka’s finest artists, is famous for his ability to travel to a place and capture not just the beauty, but also the history and culture of the space and successfully represent it on canvas. He has travelled extensively throughout his career, most widely in his own country. However, his latest project has taken him to India on behalf of an organisation called Aide et Action International and he will be exhibiting this work at the end of the month.

Source: Sunday Times

Posted On: 26-05-2016

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Flood Volunteers seek sustainable solutions for city

A group of highly motivated individuals who actively carried out voluntary work during the floods met on Saturday to discuss their next course of action, at the South Asian headquarters of Aide et Action International (AEAI), an Geneva-based NGO, in Chetpet.

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Plight of Migrant Workers Needs Attention in Himachal Pradesh

“In my village, I can’t feed my family because there’s no work. So, I came to Himachal Pradesh. It was painful to leave my wife and children,” said Harish Thapa, who hails from Rukum village of Nepal and works in Rekong Peo, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. “I will earn here and repay loans I took from relatives,” Harish told VillageSquare.in.

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India's bonded workers battle 'captivity mentality': after rescue

After his rescue from abuse and overwork as a bonded labourer in a brick kiln in south India, Shanmugam Paneer has set up his own business making household items from bamboo.

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Monumental shades

Aide et Action International has organised an exhibition titled ‘Monumental Connect and Many Other Shades of Connect’, with some of the works of a leading water-color painter of Sri Lanka, Royden O. Gibbs and a photo-exhibition of a young Indian artist Anavi Singh at Lionel Wendt Art Gallery, Colombo on May 28, 29 and 30.

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India through Lankan eyes and Lanka through Indian eyes

Royden Gibbs, one of Sri Lanka’s finest artists, is famous for his ability to travel to a place and capture not just the beauty, but also the history and culture of the space and successfully represent it on canvas. He has travelled extensively throughout his career, most widely in his own country. However, his latest project has taken him to India on behalf of an organisation called Aide et Action International and he will be exhibiting this work at the end of the month.

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India through Lankan eyes and Lanka through Indian eyes

Flood Volunteers seek sustainable solutions for city

A group of highly motivated individuals who actively carried out voluntary work during the floods met on Saturday to discuss their next course of action, at the South Asian headquarters of Aide et Action International (AEAI), an Geneva-based NGO, in Chetpet.

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Plight of Migrant Workers Needs Attention in Himachal Pradesh

“In my village, I can’t feed my family because there’s no work. So, I came to Himachal Pradesh. It was painful to leave my wife and children,” said Harish Thapa, who hails from Rukum village of Nepal and works in Rekong Peo, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. “I will earn here and repay loans I took from relatives,” Harish told VillageSquare.in.

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India's bonded workers battle 'captivity mentality': after rescue

After his rescue from abuse and overwork as a bonded labourer in a brick kiln in south India, Shanmugam Paneer has set up his own business making household items from bamboo.

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Monumental shades

Aide et Action International has organised an exhibition titled ‘Monumental Connect and Many Other Shades of Connect’, with some of the works of a leading water-color painter of Sri Lanka, Royden O. Gibbs and a photo-exhibition of a young Indian artist Anavi Singh at Lionel Wendt Art Gallery, Colombo on May 28, 29 and 30.

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India through Lankan eyes and Lanka through Indian eyes

Royden Gibbs, one of Sri Lanka’s finest artists, is famous for his ability to travel to a place and capture not just the beauty, but also the history and culture of the space and successfully represent it on canvas. He has travelled extensively throughout his career, most widely in his own country. However, his latest project has taken him to India on behalf of an organisation called Aide et Action International and he will be exhibiting this work at the end of the month.

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