Note: 

The videos here are not done by technical experts. They are being shared by ordinary people with concerns for our common well-being. They are being shared by people who have stories to alert, educate or inspire us. Please do pay attention to the content than to the technology.  Of course, we will try our best to maintain certain level of quality to avoid too much of technical distractions.

Decembet 2020 Video Collection 

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"Not Normal..." (Part 1 & 2) Rinki Chokhani explores the world of the visually disabled. She shares the many challenges living in an ableist world with what is seen as an "impaired body" and therefore not "normal"(India, 31 December 2020)

"Can One Be Really Thankful Living in an Unjust Society?" (Part 1 & 2) Dhipthi Dona struggles through her life as she faces intense contradictions between the world painted for her by her social class or religion and the "real" world out there. She charts her own path always seeking social justice.(Student/India, 31 December 2020)

"How Do We Live a Justful Life." Two students of mass communication, Riya and Vivian, discuss the virtue of a just life, of social justice. They share their views on social justice as well as the challenges in practising social justice in our day to day life. (Students/India, 31 December 2020)

"The Strength of Unity and the Path to Peace" (Translated Conversation). Tara Kishan, an indigenous community leader, talks with Sanghamitra Dubey, the Virtues in Movement co-ordinator, about unity, peace and why there is so much of strife in the world. (NOTE: Apologies for our inability to put the whole conversation in the local (Odisha) language in the interest of conveying Tara Kishan's thoughts and concerns to a larger audience.)(India, 31 December 2020)

""How Do We Live Simply So that Others May Simply Live?" Khoo Salma Nasution, a community elder and activist all her life, offers her wisdom to the young. She shares the critical need to be clear about some basic principles/values/virtues in order to live righteously. "We need to learn to live simply so that others may simply live."(Malaysia, 30 December 2020)

"The Many You Meet Are Fighting a Hard Battle. Be Kind!" Samikshya shares the importance of genuine acts of love and kindness in a world where many of us -- if not everyone -- are fighting a hard battle. (Student/Nepal, 28 December 2020)

"Facing My Prejudices." In following his aspirations, Dinesh Yadav faced the prejudices he and society held about the educability of poor children. He finds that action born out of experience-based critical reflection is of great value to address prejudices.(Student/India, 21 December 2020)

"What Do We Want for the World?" Igor Amin shares what he believes should be the values of audio-visual educators/communicators working for a better world. (Original in Portuguese/Translated/Brasil, 21 December2020)

"The Struggle to Become a Global Citizen". Eireann Devlin shares the challenges she faces in a world shaped by values that are not aligned to her aspiration to be a global citizen to serve the Common Good. Even as she faces challenges, she is prepared to take 'baby steps' to do the 'right' thing. (Student/Australia, 17 December 2020)

"We Are Misfits..." Surajit Mukhopadhyay shares his challenges in an educational system that is based on values that are completely alien to what he had learned to value. What is the value of education today and where is it heading? Like many scholars, he is struggling in an academic world that is governed by the corporate and bureaucratic ethos and thinks he has become a "misfit". (India, 16 December 2020)

Accept. Grow. Contribute.  Heavily Influenced by Eastern Philosophy, both Chinese and India, Ben Bernstein, shares the wisdom born out of his life journey -- accept, grow, and contribute. (USA, 14 Dec 2020)

The Passion for a Just and Healthy World. (Part 2) Ronald Macfarlane is passionate about social justice and environmental health. Taking us on his journey through ideas as well as systematic and scientific responses, he shows us his commitment to living as though Earth really matters. Visit Why Earth Matters.   See Doughnut Economy which Ron talks about at the end.  Article on degrowth economy. (Canada, 14 Dec 2020)

Learning to Live in Gratitude. Paul Martens, an associate professor of ethics, shares his uneasiness about 'thanksgiving' and suggests how we may want to learn to authentically live in gratitude. This is particularly important now as Christmas is around the corner. (3 December 2020)

The Passion for a Just and Healthy World. (Part 1) Ronald Macfarlane is passionate about social justice and environmental health. Taking us on his journey through ideas as well as systematic and scientific responses, he shows us his commitment to living as though Earth really matters. Visit Why Earth Matters.   See Doughnut Economy which Ron talks about at the end.  Article on degrowth economy. (Canada, 12 December 2020)

Serving the Poor and Plurality. Prof. Fr. Felix Wilfred, a Catholic theologian and public intellectual, shares an insight into his concerns and how they guide him to serve the poor and the plurality. For him, that is defending social justice and diversity

See Asian Centre for Cross-Cultural Studies, Past President of Concilium  Books    (1Dec 2020)

Research for What and For Whom? Satyendra Nath shares his moral dilemmas as a researcher and scholar in the act of knowledge creation/production. Eventually, who should the new knowledge serve or benefit? (2 Dec 2020)