Shanta Serbjeet Singh: About India and Denmark finding solutions

Shanta Serbjeet Singh, arts writer and vice-chairman of Sangeet Natak Academy in New Delhi, India, talks about how young people from India and Denmark can work together to change the world.

The young, she says, have the power to rid the world of inequality. India can learn from Denmark because they have the same problems and must find the same solutions. Energy can do miracles, and young people must learn to use it in a positive way.

Shanta Serbjeet Singh: About India and the youth
In this video clip, Shanta Serbjeet Singh talks about young people. She argues that young people are important for the world today but that they are confused about their place in it. Indians, she says, can help with this issue as they are aware of the world through their inner anchor.


Shanta Serbjeet Singh, arts writer and vice-chairman of Sangeet Natak Academy
Shanta Serbjeet Singh is one of the most senior critics and columnists of the arts in India. In 2001, she was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Sangeet Natak Academy. Dance critic for the Hindustan Times since l972. Arts columnist for The Economic Times for 25 years, a contributor to most of the major newspapers and publications of India. She has made a seminal contribution to the shaping of cultural policy and growth of the arts in India.
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