May 26, 2017

Who wants to be a volunteer!

Do you remember Kaun Banega Crorepati? We've got a version of it for you with a social sector twist. And while the video might not feature Amitabh Bachchan, we're almost certain you're going to enjoy it.

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Africa and South Asia may not have all that much in common, but sometimes, there are striking similarities between how the ‘First World’ thinks about development and humanitarian aid in both regions. Watch this video by SAIH Norway, which depicts a funny and highly exaggerated version of the hit television show, ‘Who wants to be a millionaire?’ Or as we know it in India: ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’?


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SAIH is the solidarity organisation of students and academics in Norway. SAIH’s motto is ‘education for liberation’. Through higher education and training, young people are given the tools for critical and independent thinking, so that they can participate in public debate and help create a more just and inclusive society. SAIH works to promote the right to academic freedom. Everyone should have the right to raise his or her voice against injustice; nobody should be threatened to silence.