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Happiness Class by Samina Mishra: Webinar on 30th April, 2021

Date April 30, 2021 @ 6:30 pm




Foundation for Universal Responsibility is delighted to invite you to the premiere screening of Happiness Class, a film by Samina Mishra that explores the idea of happiness through the Happiness Curriculum introduced in Delhi government schools in 2018. 



Trailer :  Happiness Class Trailer 2021 FB.mov

Stream at https://vimeo.com/539152685 

From 28 April 8 am IST to 3 May 8 am IST 



On April 30, 6.30 pm 

To Register: https://bit.ly/2QF0nnv 

The webinar will also be live-streamed on FUR’s Facebook page. 

 About the Film  

Happiness Class explores the world of children and teachers in three government schools in Delhi as they make their way through the newly-introduced Happiness Curriculum. Children talk of their fears, stresses and joys, and teachers share their pedagogic experiences in the context of the larger world that both inhabit to present a complex picture of the possibilities and challenges that lie in implementing a curriculum like this. In an increasingly competitive world, struggling with the challenges of conflict, segregation, and polarisation, the film asks what the pursuit of happiness really means. 


About the Filmmaker 

Samina Mishra is a documentary filmmaker, writer, and teacher based in New Delhi. Her work uses the lens of childhood, identity, and education to reflect the experiences of growing up in India. She teaches Film in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme at Pathways School Noida and curates for Half Ticket, the children’s section at the MAMI Mumbai Film Festival. She also runs The Magic Key Centre for the Arts and Childhood, a virtual resource center for children as well as adults working with and for children. Her new book, Jamlo Walks, published by Puffin Books, tells the story of migrant workers walking back home during the lockdown last year.  


April 30, 2021
6:30 pm