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from desperation to hope for poor widows in Punjab

Lawyer, historian and filmmaker, Delhi based RASIL BASU is the Founder/Director of Building Bridges India. She has spent much of her career in the Human Rights Division and Section on Woman’s Rights of the United Nations in New York. Author of the World Plan of Action for Women, which was adopted by the UN in 1975, she is a co-founder of the Indian NGO, Ekatra. Her extensive field experience includes Afghanistan and Bihar. Her films, including Harvest of Grief, together comprise a powerful statement against social injustice.


Assistant Director and Project Coordinator, GHAZALA KHAN is both a filmmaker and specialist in community mobilization. Her extensive experience in India includes organizing workshops and training programs for women, conducting educational classes for younger women and children as well as promoting and creating exhibitions for women artisans.