The project ‘Revival of cities’ supported by Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies (RNP) covers topics or major issues affecting citizens and aims to contribute to a larger body of knowledge about our cities.
The Global Investigative Journalism conference brings together some of the best journalists in the world, with discussions and workshops on the latest investigative techniques, data… Read More »On collaborative networks for local journalism
What does an online magazine, dedicated to non partisan analysis of local and city-level issues central to urban areas, do when the whole country is… Read More »Election results are just the beginning!
“Our urban crisis remains marginal to the political debate” – Peter Dreier As part of World Resource Institute’s Connect Karo 2019 conference, we hosted the… Read More »Citizen Matters’ Roundtable on The Urban Agenda
/* Please note deadline for submission has been extended to March 8th – see details below */ India’s urbanisation challenge is not just one of… Read More »Citizen Matters – Sustainable Cities Reporting Fellowship (Deadline 8/Mar)
For several years now, I’ve had one theme around which I felt we could push for change – “rather than try to solve problems, we… Read More »Increasing the number of problem solving people
Datakind Bengaluru, in collaboration with Open City, an initiative of Oorvani Foundation, hosted the second installment of their annual sprint event. The annual sprint comprises… Read More »Datajam Sprint II: Datageeks put heads and hands together
Co Media Lab, our joint initiative with Radio Active 90.4 MHz CR, is happy to share it will be a part of an international project… Read More »New project to strengthen citizen journalism, in collaboration with Deakin Univ, Ideosync
Oorvani Foundation is proud to announce its collaboration with Social Venture Partners, Bengaluru (SVP) to explore important issues that affect Bengalureans. These articles will be… Read More »Social Venture Partners collaborates with Oorvani Foundation for the Cities of India Fellowship
Oorvani Foundation is one of the selected partners, and the volunteers are going to be working for the Open City initiative in analysing data sets that reflect our cities.