Kashmir: A Crisis Of Compassion | Ashvin The Secret Life of Dogs | Julia 2 days ago   24:09

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A genius film-maker of Oscar-nominated film - Little Terrorist, a brilliant journalist and a spectacular storyteller, Mr. Ashvin Kumar is a stickler for empathy and mindfulness of one’s behavior. His heart-wrenching encounters with the black reality of Kashmir form the basis of his thoughts. Hear Ashvin lift the curtain off the horrors that the beautiful valley of Kashmir conceals. He urges the youth of India to practice gratitude, emotional intelligence and take conscious effort to help the victims, their fellow Indians, who are caught up in the recurring aftermath of dark events of the past.
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Ashvin Kumar is India’s youngest Oscar-nominated and two-time national award-winning filmmaker. His creative storytelling has impacted a wide audience earning him an Oscar nomination. He has been honored with prestigious awards for his short film Little Terrorist, Inshallah Football and Inshallah, Kashmir. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Vishesh Kwatra
Extremely well said
Yatin Koul
Would want the speaker to engage more with Kashmiri people outside Kashmir than engaging people who are born and brought with an Anti-India agenda in their heads. Give COMPASSION to those KASHMIRI PANDITS who don't have a roof over their heads till now and those who are living in camps in Jagti, Jammu.
Salman Nusoor
Powerful Insight !
Haider Ali
Hindu extremists dont like to see the truth and true face of hindu terrorism and dictatorship of BJP. Good job exposing Modi hindu extremist Nation. Until India becomes a secular country there is not hope for people. Democracy is useless in hindu extremists or any religion majority nation. Successful Nations have to follow the law models like Sweden and Canada else wait for next generation see if they evolve.
نور محمد
*hold PLEBISCITE*
daee sadaf Shafi
i dont comment quite often.....but had to say....i am a kashmiri ....and wasnt able to see who's giving the speech for i was marinated in my own tears................it just hurts
GOAL SUCCESS
Sirf frzi m bhut sensitive bnk ar apna gyan dal k dur s bat krna ar khud ko bhut hmdrd dikhana , raaste btana such a shameful act plz dont fo this..movie mt bnao plight p..blki khud koi action lo chote baccho ar needful family k help krne k..thats gud & genuine interest man...so nxt tym in bde chmkdar platforms p gyan mt chodna aak ...journalist k pitthu 🙏🙏🙏😡😡😡🤗
casper klaassen
Thank you for making me aware of the difficulties and different views of, for me an half continent away, an dilemma in India and Kashmir for the future.
Priyadarshini Patankar
"Power of compassion is known to bring peace" strong statement.
drishti kwatra
New light has been shed on this topic !
Pratiksha Padhi
The perspective is new. Thank you for shedding some light into this.
Srinivasa Rao
We have suffered toomaney separatists for toolong. This man is one pawn in the hands of separatists. They look like normal people. They seem calm, cool. But all spys behave normal. At the end of their life they write a book telling how they made money spying for the enemy again make money.
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Julia Espinosa challenges the anthropocentric view of how nonhuman animals sense and perceive the world, using domestic dogs as an example. Humans often view dogs as little humans. Yet, they are vastly different in some sensory abilities, such as sight and smell. By critically examining our assumptions about animal abilities, we can change how we view ourselves as well as our relationships to other animals. Prior to her PhD studies, Julia obtained an MSc in Animal Biosciences from the University of Guelph and has worked as veterinary assistant and dog trainer. Julia’s background in neuroscience, animal welfare, and dog behaviour have given her a unique position from which to investigate questions about animal cognition. Initially motivated to study animal minds in preparation for a career in veterinary medicine, she transitioned to psychology to focus on understanding the evolutionary origins of cognitive processes and emotions, particularly in man’s best friend. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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