#Throwback Mom Banerjee on the impact of COVID19 on migrant children

In this RA-Post-Lockdown Series Mom Banerjee from Samridhdhi Trust speaks about the implications of COVID19 lockdown on children of migrant workers. She highlights the implications across age groups, and those who have stayed back, those who have migrated, those in quarantine camps, or en route home.

She also throws light from a digital education perspective on the situation- Access to technology, Data on how many people have access to smart phones / internet etc? And the current situation at government schools or bridge schools? And their coping mechanisms.

She also speaks about their health and overall well being impacts from the Sustainable Development Goals perspective? And lastly shares her views on the way forward for a more inclusive education?

For more information on Mom Banerjee, read our previous blog here

CTRL Z – Featuring the Journey Of Educationist Mom Banerjee

Listen in !

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