Collaborative Knowledge Creation: Interrogating Processes and Patterns

“There is a great deal of wisdom and knowledge within local communities and people – hope, change, inspiration and achievement – but, who is listening? Are we ready to listen?”

This remark from Sujata Khandekar of CORO at the workshop titled “Collaborative Knowledge Creation: Interrogating Processes and Patterns,” neatly sums up the themes that were explored therein. Held at the TISS Old Library Hall on February 26th & 27th 2018, the workshop was a collaboration between CORO and Prof. Lakshmi Lingam of TISS. Bringing together practitioners from across the academic, social, and cultural fields, the workshop represented the first step in creating an ecosystem of allies and grassroots agents across India who are pioneering people’s right to collective knowledge building.

The workshop report can be read in full here.

Photos from the workshop are on CORO’s Facebook page here: Day 1 & Day 2.

Video documentation courtesy of Third Eye Video is available by session on CORO India Website