Sparsh Ahuja is a documentary filmmaker and the founder of Project Dastaan, a peacebuilding venture connecting 1947 Partition witnesses from India and Pakistan to their ancestral homes via virtual reality. He is a 2020 National Geographic Explorer, the youngest-ever recipient of the CatchLight Fellowship, a 2021 Webby Nominee, and has been shortlisted for the Alexia Foundation Student Grant and Lucie Emerging Artist Scholarship. Sparsh graduated as a Fitz Randolph Scholar in PPE at the University of Oxford and currently works as the Partnerships Director of the National South Asian Heritage Month Campaign.
Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP)
nov 4, 2021 | Activities, Trainings