Pratap Rughani was one of the film and television specialists on the judging panel for the Learning on Screen Awards in April.
The Awards were streamed this year and can be viewed here.
Pratap Rughani was one of the panel at the event for members of NERUPI, a partnership of over 70 higher education organisations working together to create a new approach to evaluation using the framework developed by Annette Hayton, University of Bath and Dr Andrew Bengry, Bath Spa University.
The importance of the arts, in all their forms, has become very clear during the pandemic. Whether it is through watching movies, taking up painting or a musical instrument or just missing live performance, the benefits of the arts to our well-being have been highlighted. Education plays a major role in fostering the arts but can also exclude many groups from participating and engaging. This event will explore these issues and consider how we can improve access and engagement with the creative and performing arts.
To explore these issues and more our panel of speakers are:
One World Media’s mission is to support strong, vibrant and independent media coverage on developing countries that empowers citizens, promotes justice and creates social impact.
Dr Rughani is one of this year’s judges for the Television Documentary Award category for a factual journalistic programme broadcast on television or online, either standalone or one episode from a series, that deals with stories, topics or issues in, about or related to the developing world.
Finalists announced at the end of April, Awards Ceremony 17 June.
The One World Media Awards span 15 categories, celebrating work from all media platforms and across a wide range of genres.