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Digital Inclusion

This year, on 31st May, Khabar Lahariya turned 20, completing two decades of groundbreaking rural journalism, enabling feminist reporting by questioning structures of power and inequity, and  training rural women as journalists, researchers and content creators to bring into the digital revolution in India the perspectives and involvement of women on the margins. Khabar Lahariya began as a chain of local language newspapers and in the last four years, it has gone entirely digital, and runs a video news service for media dark areas of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The 20th anniversary celebration was made doubly special with the launch of Chambal Academy – a feminist response to digital inclusion. Also Read : Looking Back, Moving Forward- 20 years