Civic Participation

We're all responsible for the state of the world. So why do only some of us care enough to act?

'Why do some of us take ownership for the state of the world while others don't?' Image: REUTERS/Pawan Kumar

Priya Prakash

Founding Curator and Alumni, Gurugram Hub, HealthSetGo


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