DraftCraft International is a global policy research and analysis think tank. DraftCraft International is pleased to announce its quarterly programme in Goa, India against the backdrop of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI Goa 2019). During the programme, DraftCraft International, in association with DraftCraft Institutes, will conduct and host Residential Workshops and Film Screenings.
Three-Day Weekday Residential Workshops In Goa Distinct from the run-of-the-mill and mundane classroom exercises, the Three-Day Weekday Residential Workshops will be held at exotic outdoor venues, including those of DraftCraft International's 'live projects' in Goa.
About The Workshop Fake News is the new buzz word in media and in socio-political debates. The new phenomenon, its origin and extent are still being studied and researched upon. The legal ramifications and social repercussions are still unknown to most stakeholders. The workshop will equip you with the tools and skills to identify fake news, its source and analyse impact in India and internationally. DraftCraft International has been working in the area of identifying fake news globally. The workshop will analyse case studies from all over the world and how fake news has changed the narrative and topics of debate.
Duration Three-day workshop | 20 Nov 2019 (Wednesday) - 22 Nov 2019 (Friday)
Eligibility - Indian Nationals: HSC or Class XII from a recognised board or university. - Foreign Nationals: Equivalent of HSC or Class XII in the respective country. - The programme is open to students and practitioners of all disciplines.
Venue Multiple outdoor and 'live project' venues in Goa.
Fees for Workshops * The fees include: - Workshop sessions - Expert lectures - Field sessions - Accommodation during the workshop - Meals during the workshop
* The fees do not include: - Travel to/from Goa - Travel within Goa - Anything that has not been expressly provided. For any special requirements, you may inquire with the office (Extra charges will apply for any special request/need)
Accommodation during Workshops For the duration of the workshop, basic shared accommodation will be provided in Goa. Exclusive accommodation can be requested (Extra charges will apply).
Takeaways - Academic learning and practical understanding of issues - Chance to observe 'live projects' - Opportunity to network and meet like-minded individuals - Opportunity to extend professional and social circles - Attend IFFI 2019 Film Festival* (Open Forum) - Outdoor lectures/sessions across Goa
Registration Registration deadline is Thursday, 31 October 2019.
Note: Discounts available for Groups Registrations and for registration of two or more Workshops.
Other Workshops and Retreats organised during the Goa Programme include:
Four-Day Weekend Residential Workshops -----> Friday, 15 Nov 2019 - Monday, 18 Nov 2019 (Monday) 1) Women: Law, Policy and Perception 2) Gender: Section 377 and Beyond 3) Rewriting History
Friday, 22 Nov 2019 - Monday, 25 Nov 2019 4) Laws affecting Film-makers 5) See Change: Films for Change 6) Films and Freedom
Friday, 29 Nov 2019 - Monday, 2 Dec 2019 7) International Human Rights (Focus - Kashmir) 8) International Refugee and Migrant Rights (Focus - Rohingyas and NRC) 9) Copyright Laws affecting the Media
Three-Day Weekday Residential Workshops -----> Monday, 18 Nov 2019 - Wednesday, 20 Nov 2019 1) Article 15 and its Reach (Focus - The Muslim Identity) 2) Article 19 and Reasonable Restrictions (Focus - Social Media) 3) Article 21 and the State (Focus - Beef and Bans) 4) Right to Dissent
Wednesday, 20 Nov 2019 - Friday, 22 Nov 2019 5) Secularism in India 6) Religion and the Law (Focus - Sabrimala) 7) Media and Bias 8) Identifying Fake News
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