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In City of Women, we explore the calculated strategies, backdoor negotiations, and often absurd lengths women go to have fun and feel free in their city. Every Indian woman knows that being out in the city comes with rules - rules that determine who gets to be where and what you can and can’t do. But this show is not about those rules. It’s about how they get broken, bent, and jumped over when women decide to do things just for themselves. City of Women is fun, complex, and a bit of a joyrid ...
 
For better or worse, the technology India has been building over the past decade has had and will continue to have tremendous national significance. It’s hard to connect the dots and appreciate the real impact of these technologies on society. Ex Machina places these technologies in context, telling the story about how they were made and explaining exactly why they are significant. Ex Machina is hosted by Rahul Matthan, and is produced by Vaaka Media.
 
Welcome to Sea Change, a show about societal change in the digital age and how to make a bigger, faster and more inclusive impact in the world we live in. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts! Do it today so you don't miss a single episode. Write to us at podcast@inthefieldindia.org
 
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Hi Everyone! We’re not releasing an episode this week, because, well, this is going to be a crazy week. We thought we would leave you with a small taste of an ongoing side project that we’re calling “An Anthology of Women's Laughter”. We’ll be back next week with the regular episode. City of Women is written and produced by Radhika Viswanathan and …
 
‘You’ve got guts yaaa!’ How many times have you been called gutsy or brave for doing something… well normal? An early morning run alone? A solo trip? Moving to a new city? Are they acts of bravery? Or are they normal things that get cast as brave because you’re a woman doing it? And what about all the times you did these things and… nothing bad hap…
 
When you think of the word disruption, you would think of something unexpected, that came in and completely changed the way you lived. But disruption in the development sector looks very different. In this episode we explore design. The organisations we speak to have different approaches, operate in different domains, and are at different points in…
 
We are now less than ten years away from 2030, that’s the year we are meant to have achieved the Sustainable Development Goals. How close are we to achieving these goals ? The crises we face today in the world do not change the problems we’ve committed to solving like ending poverty and eradicating hunger, ensuring access to clean water and ensurin…
 
Sea Change is back. In season 2, join us as we catch up with the curators of the societal platform approach and meet new organisations as they apply the principles of collaborative thinking and network effects to their work. We learn about what happens when organizations working in agriculture, education, finance and health transform their processe…
 
Over the last decade, the single greatest change that technology has wrought in India has been the proliferation of platforms for society. Starting with Aadhaar but rapidly expanding to include UPI, eSign and the entire IndiaStack, the impact of these platforms on the way in which society functions is undeniable. As with any technology that has an …
 
In City of Women, we explore the calculated strategies, backdoor negotiations, and often absurd lengths women go to have fun and feel free in their city. Every Indian woman knows that being out in the city comes with rules - rules that determine who gets to be where and what you can and can’t do. But this show is not about those rules. It’s about h…
 
A curtain raiser for the first season of Ex Machina: Rahul Matthan interviews Justice Srikrishna on data privacy and much more. Ex Machina uncovers hidden stories about how technology changes society, and how technologies developed in India are going to affect the world. For better or worse, the technology India has been building over the past deca…
 
In our final episode, we try and understand what it takes to ensure that ‘collaboration’ happens in an equitable way, in a mutually beneficial way, and in a way that respects diversity. We also explore what it means for different groups – governments, markets, citizens and society to truly envision a sea change in the way they think and practice de…
 
In episode two of Sea Change, "Not for the few, but for the many", we hit the road to see what societal platform thinking looks like in real life, learn from experts about how grassroots organisations scale up, and then meet a group of doctors and researchers who have re-imagined how to bring medical expertise and skills to remote regions and commu…
 
In this first episode of Sea Change, “Another way of seeing”, we speak to a group of people who set audacious goals, like transforming how children learn, how people access capital, or healthcare - but they don’t believe in focusing only on solutions. They believe that societal problems can also be addressed through approaches that seek a sea chang…
 
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