Doctors from India, UK and Bangladesh recently organized a series of events to boost positivity amid the pandemic.
Doctors Arpita Ray, Anirban Mandal, Dip Mukherjee from UK collaborated with Queen Aditya, Arnab Gupta from India and Amitava Chanda of Bangladesh with the UK-based registered charity, Essex Indians to organize “Generation Next” last Sunday.
They were celebrating the theme of world and future leaders in global virtual platform through live streaming. “This was a marathon event of eight hours filled with interactive chat show, talk and performances like singing, dancing, playing instruments and reciting,” said Roy who hosted the show.
Around 60 children and young adults across the globe including India, Bangladesh, UK, Europe, Australia and USA expressed their views on current issues and their possible solutions. The topics included child labour, racial discrimination, social media, Covid-19 and its impact, cast and race, homelessness, mental health, poverty, global warming and “black lives matter” Distinguished panel members from different professions shared their thoughts on challenges of Generation Next and impacts of adult behaviour.
Essex Indians encourage children and young adults to be part of cultural heritage and focused project related to global cause. They have successfully staged various shows like Post-Office, Thousand Crane, Evolution, Showers of piece, Heal the World, 4 Acts etc.
Essex Indians have a track record of working locally and globally for cultural awareness. They have raised funds for several causes over the years. In the recent past they have collaborated with UKBC charity in Amphan fund raising appeal. Funds will go to five NGOs working at grassroot level.
They have organized a series of webinars in recent weeks and will be broadcasting in upcoming weeks the impact of music on life in an event called “Global Antakhsari” and Doctors Day on July 1.
Source:Times of India