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"If a poor child cannot come to the education, then education must go to him."

Interview with Sachin Joshi, pioneering educationalist from India, at the World Forum for Democracy 2016.

Sachin Joshi
17 November 2016
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Sachin Joshi is a pioneering education activist in India. At the World Forum for Democracy at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, he tells us about Education on Wheels - a bus that travels to remote slums complete with library, laboratory, computers and teaching tools, as well his experimental democratic school near Mumbai.

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