Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad is pleased to invite you to the BSAP Talk by Lubna Sarwath.
BSAP Talk by Lubna Sarwath
Connecting with Water Bodies in Your Vicinities
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
6:30pm, Hamburg Hall GZH
Entry: Free & Open to All
ABOUT THE TALK
Our city Hyderabad is home to water bodies in which senior citizens claim to have swam and fished. If so, which of water bodies can the present generation and the coming, swim and fish in? Encroachments, Change of Land Use in name of development, Sewage-Chemical-Garbage-Pharma pollution in name of industrialization, Cultural immersions in name of religion have all rendered our water bodies shrinking and stinking. Lifeline thus turns into Hazard. While quality of lakes gets abysmal by the day and the number of lakes keeps dwindling in each official list, it is up to the citizens to reverse the trend.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Lubna Sarwath is Co-Convenor for “Save Our Urban Lakes (SOUL)”. Also, she holds a Ph.D. in Islamic Economics and is a visiting lecturer for PhD students at Trisakti Unviersity in Jakarta, Indonesia. Beyond national borders she works as a reviewer and editorial assistant for “Humanomics”, a journal on Economics by Emerald Publications, UK. In urban slums she conducts sessions on “Personality Development & Confidence Building through Ethics in one’s Behavioral conduct”, where Lubna Sarwath exhorts for ethical conduct as a culture for governance and identity for individual.