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Students Journalists Investigate Rajasthan Free Medicine Scheme By Sophia Grogan

by tuftsigl
Students Journalists Investigate Rajasthan Free Medicine Scheme By Sophia Grogan Sep 26

Over the summer, students in the Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice participated in a two-week workshop looking at the Free Medicine Scheme (RFMS) in Rajasthan, India. The six students from Tufts University were joined by six, young Indian journalists and students; the group worked collaboratively to document the history, impact and future of the RFMS initiative.

Jan 28

PNDP Exhibition Opening: "More than Pain: Documenting Palliative Care in Kenya"

by tuftsigl

An opening reception was held on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 for the exhibition "More than Pain: Documenting Palliative Care in Kenya" in the Slater Concourse Gallery.

Dec 30

PNDP Course Fall 2015

by jessiewallner

This fall's PNDP course ended the semester by creating and presenting a story from their work to children at Bright Horizons (formerly Tufts Educational Day Care Center).  The stories ranged from "space aliens" in Providence to the life of a tow truck, told in photos and words.
 

Nov 20

VII Perspectives: Migration Workshop

by jessiewallner

On 14-15 Nov, IGL along with the Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice and the ExCollege hosted VII Photo Agency at Tufts at the weekend for a seminar built around the photography of the current migration crisis in Europe.

Nov 02

PNDP Class Fall 2015

by jessiewallner

This year's PNDP class has been working on a range of small local projects, including learning to observe and describe everyday scenes and documenting recent high school homecomings.
 

Oct 15

The Wonderland Exhibition

by jessiewallner

The Program for Narrative and Documentary Practice opened its Wonderland exhibition in the Slater Concourse Gallery.

Oct 13

"More than Pain: Documenting Palliative Care in Kenya" Opening Reception

by tuftsigl

Last night was the opening reception for the "More than Pain: Documenting Palliative Care in Kenya" exhibition in Nairobi, Kenya, curated by the IGL's very own former photographers, Elizabeth Mealey. The event was a huge success!

Aug 24

Open Society Foundation Workshop in Nairobi, Kenya: Blog Two

by jessiewallner

Students in the OSF workshop took a break from their work late on Sunday to visit the Great Rift Valley overlook & watch the sunset.

Jul 30

A Look in to Xinjiang by Zhuangchen (JJ) Zhou

by tuftsigl

In the 100 degree heat of the Gobi desert, constructions of numerous developmental projects are underway. There are similar projects all over Xinjiang, but people either can not afford the fancy apartments or would not give up their old ways of living. 

 

Feb 06

The Silent Epidemic: Hepatitis C and Access to Affordable Medicines

by tuftsigl

On the night of February 4th, Tufts students gathered around for the exhibition premiere of "The Silent Epidemic: Hepatitis C and Access to Affordable Medicines." Hoping to put faces to this "Silent Epidemic," six PNDP students and six Brazilian students travelled to Brazil this past summer and created character-driven, multimedia nar

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