CHINH INDIA FORUM 2011
9th – 11th November 2011

India Habitat Centre

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Initiated in the backdrop of 60th year of India’s Independence, CHINH INDIA FORUM is an initiative to celebrate
knowledge, ideas and perspectives on culture, development and education in context of children programming.
May like-minded media professionals, scholars and intellectuals meet and sow the seeds of change.

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CHINH INDIA FORUM 2010
9th – 11th November 2010
India Habitat Centre


DAY 1
9th November 2010
India Habitat Centre,Gulmohar Hall

6:00 pm
Registration

7.00 pm
Welcome Address by
Meenakshi Vinay Rai

· A report on CHINH INDIA KIDS FILM FESTIVAL 2010
· What it means to be winner of a CHINH Award – Address by CIKF Winner 2009
· Address by International Children Jury from South Asia & Europe
· |Award winning| Best of CHINH INDIA KIDS FILM FESTIVAL 2010
A collection of exceptional, impressive, motivating, touching and sometimes brutally honest children films

WELCOME DINNER by Joint Secretary Ministry of External Affairs, GoI, India Habitat Centre, Silver Oak

DAY 2
10th November 2010
India Habitat Centre, Casuarina Hall

9.30 am
Celebrations
Screening

|Plural +| Films awarded by Chinh India in association with United Nations Alliance of Civilizations on Migration, Identity and Diversity

Warda (5 minute, Belgium/Palestine)
Who Am I (5 minute, Republic of Korea)
An Observer (5 minute, India)

Interaction with the young film makers

10.00 am
Framework
Innovations
Pre School children and Media
Moderator
Parvis Valavioun, Germany

Screening
CHINH Preschool Award Winning film 'Ley Ley'

'Childrens’ Eyes – What do preschoolers need in preschool programming?
Indicators for preschool media content, Chinh Early Education Web Channel, INDIA

Quality for Preschool TV is needed - Maya Goetz, Prix Jeunesse followed by Guessing Games, IZI, Germany

Challenges of providing Pre School non-formal education - Dr. Shreeranjan, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India

Media and building vocabulary among preschoolers - multi ethnic India - Dr. Asha Singh, India

Preschoolers – The Marginalised Audience - An overview by Dr. Dharam Prakash, India
Interactive session with speakers

11. 30 am
Tea Break

11.45 am
Media Technology & Young Netizens
Moderator: Sakshi Gulati

Media savvy children ‘A scare or strength’ – Reflections by Dr. Vasudha Kamat, CIET-NCERT, India

Facebook : Reflections on interpersonal internet culture among Danish youth – A case study by Anne Agerbo, Denmark

Healing through media technology/ Film-making – An experiment with children
CHINH Early Education Web Channel, India

‘Challenging the Challenged’ - Cartsten Hvdbak, Denmark

12.20 pm
Children Media in South East Asia : An overview

‘Aflatoun’ – Animation for social and financial learning - Raheel Waqar, White Rice Communications, Pakistan
Challenges and Opportunities for Children television programmes in Bhutan"- Kesang Dorjee, Award winning media expert, Bhutan

Children Programming & Broadcasters’ Challenges – Ms. Deepa Chandra, Dy. Director General( Programmes) Doordarshan, India

Children books as source for Children's Content for Chidren - A review by Dr. Dhammdesha Ambalampitiya, Founder President, CCBS UNESCO Project, Srilanka

Audio-Visual Exchange for Strengthening intercultural relations - SAARC Audio Visual Exchange Programme - JS SAARC, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.

1.00 pm
Lunch Break

2.00 pm
Children Media & Sexuality
Moderator: Dhammdesha Ambalampitiya, Sri Lanka

Screening
The Mind Game
a film by Meenakshi Vinay Rai

Children media to address child sexual abuse in Arab World - How to use children perspective - Ahmed Fawzy, Egypt

Using Media to Protect Children- Meri Hifazat (My Safety) An IED project by Sahil, Pakistan

Addressing sex and sexuality issues for children/young people – Neeta Shapkota, Nepal

Interactive session with speakers

3.30 pm
Tea Break

3.45 pm
Challenges
Media Literacy – Language of the Future
Moderator: Cartsten Hvdbak, Denmark

'Media Literacy as Peace Builder'- A presentation by Gandhi Smriti & Darshan Samiti, India

'Media Literacy as Change Agent'
Animal Conference of Environment, NHK International, Japan

Growing Up with Biodiversity in collaboration with National Museum of Natural History

Go Green in collaboration with Goethe Institute

Media Literacy for Child rights and Child Protection

Interactive session with speakers

4.30 pm
Framework
ORIENTATION ABOUT CHINH INTERNATIONAL FILM COOPERATIVE AND HOW TO STRENGTHEN IT IN ASIAN PERSPECTIVE
Wrap up Discussions and recommendations - CHINH EARLY EDUCATION WEB CHANNEL

DAY 3
11th November 2010
India Habitat Centre, Casuarina Hall

7.00 pm
Session for pre-school educator, parents & policy makers by CHINH INDIA on Pre-School Media, Appreciative Enquiry & Scientific Inputs

The session would involve children media experts, psychologists & educators from Asia & Europe.

Moderator: Meenakshi Vinay Rai
Collaborator: Goethe Institut

CHINH INDIA FORUM 2009
9th – 11th November 2009
India Habitat Centre


DAY 1

9th November 2009

6.00 pm
Registration

7.00 pm
Welcome Address by Meenakshi Vinay Rai

  • A report on CHINH INDIA KIDS FILM FESTIVAL
  • What it means to be winner of CHINH GOLD – A video Letter by CIKFF Winner 2008
  • Address by Children Jury from South Asia & Europe
  • Screening of Award winning Films
Open discussion
What is a quality children programme? Who defines the quality for children programme? Who decides?

WELCOME DINNER

DAY 2

10th November 2009

9.30 am
Video Letters
‘10 on 10’ AV Research documentation on Challenges of Establishing Preschool Jury – Meenakshi Vinay Rai, INDIA

‘Magic of Sound waves’- Understanding, appreciating and respective sound waves connecting children of the world - Thomas Rohelinger, Radio JOJO, Germany

Framework      : Children Media & Preschoolers
Moderator        : Anne Agerbo, Denmark
Screenings      : Preschool Video Programme awarded by Preschool jury

  • Effect and Impact of Media on Preschool audience – Mag hatol, Philippines

  • What do preschoolers think of Media - A presentation by Asha Singh, India 
  • Innovative media art forms to reach nomadic/tribal preschoolers”–
  • Preschool Audience in Asia – Are we taking them seriously? An overview by Dr. Dharam Prakash,India
Discussions with the speakers (interactive session)

 11.15 am        
Tea Break

11.30 am
Challenges
Framework      : Special Needs & Children Media
Moderator        : Laura Di Nitto, Italy
Screenings      : A film from Emotions Pictures followed by Video Letter by Remo Fernandes

  • Learning Styles – Discover how to reach your true potential – Carsten Hvdbak, Denmark.
  •  How children respond to children media addressing special needs- Abdullah’s Story – a film by Raheel Waqar, Pakistan
  • Innovations - Equipping adults with tools to provide better care to children/young people with special needs, Ms. Rukmini Vemraju, CEMCA Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia
  • Media literacy initiatives vis-à-vis special children?  Reflections by Ms. Neerja Chowdhry, Indi
Discussions with the speakers (interactive session)

 1.00 pm
Lunch Break

2.00 pm
Framework      : Bridging Local and Global Cultures
Moderator        : Mag Hatol, Philippines
Screenings      : Screening of a film on Rakesh Bhopa (Going Professional)

Propagating Culture of responsibility, tolerance & Understanding among children- address by Angela Trezza, Italian Cultural Institute

Audio-Visual Exchange for Strengthening intercultural relations - SAARC Audio Visual Exchange Programme - Dr. Kheya Bhattacharya, JS SAARC, Ministry of External Affairs Govt. of India.

Broadcasting for Sensitising – Case study by RAI TRE, Italy on sensitizing children on migration issue (nomadic/tribal)

Children Programming & Broadcaster’s Challenges –  Ms. Deepa Chandra, Dy. Director General( Programmes) Doordarshan, India

4.10 pm
Tea Break

4.30 pm
Framework : Culture of responsibility  & Digital Citizens ( Children)
Moderator  : Neeta Shapkota, Nepal
Screening  :  Children of Valley - Adil

  • ‘How do children use media when given freedom and an opportunity?’
CHINH CHILDREN VOICE INDIA (presentation by chinh children, India)
The life and Future we want !!!
  • CHINH CHILDREN VOICE DENMRK (presentation by chinh children, Denmark)
  • Kids to Kids Learning

_Kids as workshoppers– (David & Carsten)
_Kids as changemakers ( Lakshit & Seeta)

A presentation by Mr. Kannan, Senior Journalist, India

DAY 3

11th November 2009

9.30 am
Celebration
What do young children want to tell the world and how?
Screening of films by CHINH children

10.00 am
Framework      : Media Literacy – Language of the Future
Moderator        : Cartsten Hvdbak, Denmark
Screenings      : What do young children want to tell the world and how?
                          (Selection of films by children from CHINH)

Presentation by

  • ‘Media Voices of Young’ – A presentation by Anak TV, Philippines
  • ‘Media Literacy as Peace Builder’- A presentation by Gandhi Smriti & Darshan Samiti, India
  • ‘Addressing Adoloscents’ - Nehru Yuvak Kendra Sangathan, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India
  • ‘Growing Up’– A Media Literacy Project, Sakshi Gulati, CHINH INDIA
  • Evoking Inner voice to Identify, evolve and nurturing Inner Film Producer - Ms. Anne Agerbo, Denmark
Discussions & interactive sessions with speakers

11.30 am       
Tea Break

11.45 am
Framework      : Children & Media Education
Moderator        : Carsten Hvdbak
Screening        : ‘In control’

  • Media Education – How is it different from Media Literacy? How to use media for education? What are Pedagogical ways in media education? - Ms. Laura Di Nitto, RAI TREI Italy
  • Popularisation of Science & Technology among children, a presentation by Department of Science & Technology
  • Television Programming & Scientific Temper – An Analytical look,  Dr. Dharam Prakash, India
  • "Media & Child Rights" - Ms. Neeta Shapkota, Nepal Television, NEPAL

1.00 pm
Lunch Break

2.00 pm
CHILDREN MEDIA & SEXUALITY ISSUES
Framework      : Children Media & Sexuality Issues
Moderator        : Mag Hatol, Philippines
Screening        : Rohan’s moustache,
Seema ( a film on CSA by Seema)

  • The other side of the childhood’- Using creative media tools to disseminate complex, critical and socially explosive issues -Ms Manizeh Bano, Director Sahil, Pakistan
  • Complexities of researching sexuality, abuse, vulnerabilities and children’s real experiences- Ms Anusheh Hussain Pakistan       
  • Silence, sexuality, sexualization and abuse- demystifying the roots of a sexually unwholesome world? Jasjit Purewal, Director IFSHA, India
  • Using Media to Protect Children- Meri Hifazat (My Safety) An IED project of Sahil which has been one of the most widely disseminated, successful and well-received campaigns of csa in South Asia.

4.10 pm
Tea Break

4.30 pm
Framework
ORIENTATION ABOUT CHINH INTERNATIONAL FILM COOPERATIVE AND HOW TO STRENGTHEN IT IN ASIAN PERSPECTIVE

  • Going Professional – A case study of collaborative production for young people by seven International Broadcasters including CHINH WEB CHANNEL, Meenakshi Vinay Rai, Chinh India
  • Children Programming & Broadcaster’s Challenges -  Nepal Television
Wrap up Discussions and recommendations by CHINH EARLY EDUCATION WEB CHANNEL