The Voices Online: Digital platform connects children across world

Social activist Ruhai Choudhury  with children

Social activist Ruhai Choudhury with children


During this pandemic, lifestyle for children across the world has drastically changed

Kolkata: During this pandemic, lifestyle for children across the world has drastically changed. Mostly they are now confined within four walls of their apartments with various restrictions and are compelled to follow the new normal.

Several experts dealing with children psychology have raised serious concerns over the expected negative impacts of the new restrictive life-style on children in particular. Being worried with such concerns, Ruhail Choudhury, an acclaimed corporate lawyer and well-known social activist of the city who also specialises in Child Rights from Harvard University and has been involved with various social activities particularly relating to welfare of children for more than a decade wanted to create a digital platform for children across the globe to share their talents & creativity and also engage in constructive communication and various developmental activities.

The digital platform provides news and articles related to education, health and community development exercises involving school students. The website also aims at developing friendship among children of various nations and thereby ensures international peace and friendship in future.To facilitate such objectives it also recognises icons from all over the world, who have not only championed means of attaining global peace but have also contributed in betterment of society.

The website organised 'The Dr.Radhakrishnan Award 2020', which saw the legends in educational fraternity like L.W Hartnett, Gunmeet Bindra, John Andrew Bagul , Sunita Sen and Joeeta Basu, been recognised for their outstanding contribution to the field of education.

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