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The Lina Srivastava talks on storytelling discuss sharing the experiences of those in the developing world within a human rights context. The speaker amplifies social change through different media channels. She strategizes to combine technology, culture, art and storytelling to create social change while using new narratives and forms of distribution to human rights and international development. She also believes in leveraging cultural identity and integrating the needs of the local community when creating development programs.
She is the founder of Lina Srivastava Consulting, Regarding Humanity and Transmedia Activism. She has social impact consulting experience with UNESCO, the World Bank, UNICEF, MobileActive, Apne Aap, Shine Global, BYkids and Donor Direct Action. As a lawyer, she was involved in campaigns for various documentaries, including the Oscar-winning films 'Born into Brothels' and 'Inocente' in addition to the Emmy-award winning 'The Devil Came on Horseback.'
Featured Keynote - Storytelling in Development
Lina Srivastava's Story Sharing Presentation Encourages Empathy
In her story sharing presentation, Lina Srivastava explains how storytelling is linked to human rights. The speaker shares her personal experience of speaking to local women in Rwanda in July 2013.... Read More