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To The Contrary, Public Broadcasting's successful all-female news analysis series, is celebrating its 30th season on air. With women in the forefront of politics and on the cutting edge of national agendas, To The Contrary continues to provide an important, timely forum for women to discuss national and international issues and policies. It presents news and views that are rarely, if ever, available elsewhere on television.
 
On the Contrary by India Development Review (IDR) is a show about listening to people not like us. In every episode, host Arun Maira chats with experts as they share differing perspectives on an issue—caste, environmental sustainability, dissent. The goal is to get people who might sit on different sides of an issue to explore their similarities and differences, and find a new, shared understanding. New episode every Wednesday.
 
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Politician and educator, Atishi Marlena, and founder of some of India’s leading educational institutions, Pramath Raj Sinha talk about the purpose of education in a rapidly changing world. Can government schools provide a ‘good’ education to our children? Is the private sector the answer to a failing system? What are our children and youth really l…
 
Nachiket Mor, expert in health systems design, and Dr Abhay Bang, public health expert with deep experience working at the grassroots, debate the approach India must take when fighting the second wave of COVID-19. Mor is in favour of a more centralised approach, grounded in science and trust. On the contrary, Bang believes local communities know be…
 
Given the dire crisis that our country is facing because of the second wave of Covid-19, On the Contrary is taking a break this week. If you would like to support the fight against COVID-19, check out this page ( https://idronline.org/covid-19-in-2021-latest-updates-for-the-social-sector/ ) on IDR that is a repository of information, insights, and …
 
Biden's Family Plan: How will the president's "American Families Plan" help, and how much will it cost? Non-Religious Women: The percentage of women who do not belong to an organized religion is higher than ever. PANEL: Carrie Lukas, Tiana Lowe, Erin Matson, Aisha MillsTo The Contrary
 
In the race for economic growth, who wins and who loses? In this episode, Bittu Sahgal, environmental activist and writer, and TV Narendran, CEO and Managing Director of Tata Steel, discuss the conflict between the economy, industry and environment. Highlights – The need to move beyond GDP and economic growth to include environmental indicators whe…
 
In this episode, business leader and ex-President of the Confederation of Indian Industry, Naushad Forbes, speaks with former journalist and philanthropist Rohini Nilekani, about what a good market looks like. They discuss what markets must include, whom they should serve, and the role they must play in enabling inclusive economic growth. Highlight…
 
Yashica Dutt, journalist and author of Coming out as Dalit, and Ashif Shaikh, Dalit activist and leader of Jan Sahas, have a conversation about caste-based violence and oppression, manual scavenging, dignity, the Black Lives Matter movement, and, what it means to be an ally in the fight against caste hierarchy. Highlights – The vulnerabilities face…
 
Manish Sabharwal, Chairperson and Co-founder of Teamlease argues that in order to compete in a global economy, India needs greater productivity and formal employment. Renana Jhabvala, best known for her long association with SEWA (Self-Employed Women's Association) where she organised women into trade unions, argues the opposite. India’s informal e…
 
Former Agriculture Secretary Siraj Hussain and leader of a farmer collective, Kavitha Kuruganthi, discuss the ongoing farmer protests and what they tell us about dissent, and the process of consultation and policy reform in India. Highlights – Why the process of consultation with farmers failed What policymakers seemed to have missed, while making …
 
Welcome to India Development Review's podcast, On the Contrary, a show that brings you a better understanding of the most pressing issues of our time by listening to informed yet differing perspectives. In every episode, host and thought leader, Arun Maira brings two experts from different fields, regions, and worldviews to explore their similariti…
 
We speak with Lisa Selin Davis, author of Tomboy: The Surprising History And Future of Girls Who Dare To Be Different. Stemming from experiences her daughter faced at a young age, Davis explores the root of gender stereotypes and conformity. From parental influence to societal views, Tomboy aims to provide a historical as well as a different perspe…
 
Author Lyz Lenz discusses her books God Land: A Story of Faith, Loss, and Renewal in Middle America and more recently Belabored: A Vindication of The Rights of Pregnant Women. God Land, which also serves as a memoir for Lenz, explores the intersection between family, faith, and politics. Belabored tackles politicizing pregnancy. How will this incom…
 
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