We did a writing competition in Nagpur based on sustainable topics which had 250+ registrations from across the city. The competition was won by Abhishek Mohurley.
Writing as a Career
Location: Oakridge School- Hyderabad
This event, taken by Dr. Shakila from WRC, covered the various careers revolving around writing and storytelling. The kids, between the age of 11-14 were made aware of writing as a career option.
Doodle Your Dreams
Location: WRC HQ, Hyderabad
It was co-organised with AIESEC (Hyderabad). 55+ registration, it was a workshop on medieval poetry by Rishikesh Bindra
Politics and Writing
Location: Poornima College, Jaipur (Rajasthan)
This event, taken by Sneha from WRC, covered the political writing as a way to voice opinions. The main audience belonged to the colleges and they were taught and shown th need for writing when it comes to good governance.
Kala Ghoda Festival
Location: Kala Ghoda Festival, Mumbai
WRC team with Ritesh Verma, and Dinesh Chandwani took script writing and photography workshop at Asia's largest Festival, The Kala Ghoda Festival which showed a small but enthusiastic crowd of 40 learning script writing and photography basics for two days.
Fake News Narrative
Location: Constitution Club of India
This event has various speakers from political front and social activism who took active part in debunking fake news and make the crowd aware about fake news narratives and how to opt for voicing opinions when such errors are decoded.
Book Writing Workshop
Location: SFS School, Seethammadhara
This workshop covered the basics of book writing starting from choosing your genre and researching to editing and publishing. There were many interesting and fun-filled activities both individual and group which gave the attendees useful tips in writing. Taken by trainer Harika Bantupalli.
Syllabus Development and the changes we need
Siddharth Roy took this event in Nagpur that revolved around the development of a modern syllabus and how writers can collaborate to bring back the real history of India.