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Breakfast with UNICEF Series

Breakfast with UNICEF: Leading thinkers, leading ideas - In this series of five, we talk to Nobel laureate, Dr Rajendra Pachauri, Development Economist, Professor Jean Dreze, Former Chairperson, NCPCR, Professor Shantha Sinha,  Founder of SEWA, Ela Bhatt and Senior Fellow, CSDS Professor Yogendra Yadav on issues related to climate change, poverty, child labour, women empowerment and issues related to education in India.

1. Breakfast with UNICEF: Leading thinkers, leading ideas - In the first of a series of five, Nobel laureate Dr Rajendra Pachauri talks about the ways to avoid disaster due to climate change.



2. Breakfast with UNICEF: Leading thinkers, leading ideas – In the second of a series of five, development economist Professor Jean Dreze talks on how and why pervasive poverty and stunting must be tackled and why two year-olds matter so much.




3. Breakfast with UNICEF: Leading thinkers, leading ideas – In the third of a series of five, the Chairperson of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Professor Shantha Sinha, talks on how she’s winning the fight against child labour.



4. Breakfast with UNICEF: Leading thinkers, leading ideas – In the fourth of a series of five, the Founder of SEWA (Self Employed Women's Association), Ela Bhatt, talks on the rise of women, yet worries about their “economic decline”.




5. Breakfast with UNICEF: Leading thinkers, leading ideas – In the final of this series, the Senior Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Professor Yogendra Yadav talks on how education risks reinforcing – not reducing – inequality.

 

 
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