About the founder

Rahul Hasija
Rahul Hasija
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Rahul is a story-weaver and story-seeker at heart. He is an intergenerational facilitator, passionate about weaving, analyzing, connecting narratives, stories and beliefs. He has worked with several schools, inter-generational groups and organizations including a 7-year stint as Program lead facilitator with Swaraj University, visioning & developing sustainable ecologies, lifestyle choices and livelihoods. His work has been on radical & participative learning methodologies, decoding  & disrupting beliefs, expressions and communication, critical thinking, fostering nature interconnections and fostering regenerative livelihoods. He has been passionate about designing games, socio-emotional learning tools and interfaces and hosting safe self-reflection spaces. 


He has been part of Indian and international learning networks at Global Ecoversities Alliance and Indian Multiversities Alliance, creating and fostering more connections between various radical learning endeavors. He is preliminary editor of the book ‘Narmada – River of Joy’ by Amrutlal Vegad. He has translated and edited a book called ‘The Original Forest’ by Japanese author Evelyn Sasamoto from English to Hindi. His work has been published in Free Press Journal, Eartha-Mag, Eternal Bhoomi, Eco-Folk, The Common Indian, Ecoversities Publications and Life-wide.