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Oxfam present Palash Sen and his band live


Launch of the Climate Change Music Video & ‘Stop Harming, Start Helping’ Signature Campaign

Oxfam India has produced a music video on the theme of climate change. The song, ‘Payenge aisa ek Jahan’ is composed and sung by Dr. Palsh Sen of the popular Indian rock band Euphoria, while the video is directed by Akbar and Azam Quadri. Oxfam India hopes that the music video will impress upon the listeners and viewers the urgency to join Oxfam’s climate change campaign, learn and spread awareness on the issue and galvanise others to act at the national and global level to help lower emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.

Venue: FICCI Auditorium
Date: 17 April 2009
Time: 6.30pm onwards

Schedule for the Event

  • Welcome by Nisha Agarwal, CEO, Oxfam India
  • Oxfam and climate change – Aditi Kapoor, Economic Justice Lead Specialist
  • Rahul Bose speaks
  • Introduction of the Artists who support Oxfam
  • Experiences of a changing climate in villages where Oxfam works:
  1. Ms Bhanuja, from Ananthapur district, Andhra Pradesh
  2. Mr Arjilli Dasu, District Fishermen’s Youth Welfare Association, Vizag, Andhra Pradesh
  3. Mr. Sushil Singh, from Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh
  • Introduction of Palash & his band Euphoria
  • Introducion of the Music Video Directors Akbar Quadir and Azam Quadir
  • Speech by Kiran Walia, Health and Family Welfare Minister for Delhi
  • Launch of the Climate Change Signature Campaign by Rahul Bose
  • Rahul Bose, Palash Sen & his band, artists, villagers & Kiran Walia to come on stage & sign
  • Kiran Walia & Rahul Bose release the music video
  • Music Video is performed
  • Performance by Euphoria
  • Vote of Thanks
4 Comments leave one →
  1. priya datta permalink
    15/04/2009 11:57 am

    Good going!Keep up the good work….its little steps like this that go a long way.We need to wake up and take a stand.

  2. shruti rawal permalink
    02/05/2009 1:17 pm

    Its high time that Indian people get awared about climate change.. And oxfam is doing a great work to create that kind of awareness..!! great going….

  3. lgmohan permalink
    05/03/2010 8:45 pm

    Climate change is a political agenda.

    IPCC reports have been proven to be false by the Indian govt.

    China has banned Oxfam for its climate change agenda, India should step up and ban oxfam.

  4. 18/10/2014 9:40 am

    Good info. Lucky me I came across your blog by chance
    (stumbleupon). I have book-marked it for later!

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