By Daniel Gaviria Tobón The Legislative Theater is part of a Brazilian theater current called ‘Theater of the Oppressed’. Also, this current includes other techniques such as Theater for Deaf, Image Theater, Newspaper Theater, Forum Theater and Invisible Theater. The course of Constitution and Democracy implements all of these techniques. The Theater of the Oppressed is supervised by Professor Betsy Perafán at Universidad de … Continue reading Legislative Theater: Participative and Democratic Methodology in the course of Constitution and Democracy
by Aishwarya Bhuta A noted journalist and free thinker, Gauri Lankesh was assassinated outside her home. She was a fearless activist-journalist who criticized the religious (Hindutva) politics of the majoritarian regime at the center. The whole country is in shock. I too was agitated upon reading about it. I’ve expressed it through a poem and I would like to share it with you. – to the … Continue reading I S H A L L N O T B E S I L E N C E D
How wonder, it’s treated different,
Unlike other leftist academe of India.
Nevertheless it stands tall, towards
Values, public service reshaping one.
To be fearless, cheerful, a nationalist! Continue reading TISS
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