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Reva Malik

Reva’s area of work and interest is in developing methodologies and processes that are inspired by natural systems. She has been involved in initiatives on rethinking and re-envisioning learning spaces; research and revival of natural/ indigenous processes of knowing and learning and looking at learning beyond educational institutions and curriculums. She draws her learnings from having worked in the education sector, in urban and rural spaces as well as her ongoing study and practice in process work.

Latest Articles By Reva Malik

The Lockdown Is Going Soon, But The Virus Isn't; We Might As Well Rebuild Our Meaningplex

Reva Malik

The new world we are headed to isn’t too different from the world we grew up in, but like it happens in the alternate universes that intriguing fantasy fiction sprouts from, one little quirk has been introduced to make things interesting – humans here are allowed to be just human, and not superbeings, as is our wont.

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Time to Normalise Normal Again

Reva Malik

We need to begin designing systems that elegantly integrate the needs of the society with the integrity of nature. Systems where each entity has the ability to survive on its own and keenness to come together to thrive. Both independence and dependence are enemies of interdependence.

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