Has anyone worked with this material? Seeking comments for possible inclusion in higher education program.

   *The Agents of Change Social Documentary Trilogy by Indian film-maker
Ranjan Kamath* spotlights three change-makers who fight for mediation and
human rights using very different means. All three films are set in rural
India, and each touches on a different area of conflict, casteism,
religious debate, cultural conflict within communities.  In each case, the
means of mediation is different. The trilogy is proudly owned by
multiple libraries at several universities across the nation many of which
have hosted Ranjan.

Ranjan Kamath has recently concluded a successful tour of the US with
the *Agents of Change* Documentary Trilogy, *at 16 universities from coast to coast*. He is currently planning his *2012 cinematic tour and a summer workshop during
the months of June - August, or extending into the Fall, when he is able to
visit your campus.*

*Ranjan also offers the exciting and feasible online equivalent for the
event via Skype from Bangalore, India  *which will include screenings as
well as seminars, and a conflict resolution workshop that explores the use
of film itself as a means of mediation!



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