“Selecting the winners is always tough, but this year was even tougher with the quality, range of issues and creativity even higher in 2020 … hopefully motivating action towards a better world,” said Nick Nuttall, Chair of the jury.
Difficult Dialogues panels over five days focused on Global Sustainability, and was attended by sustainability experts, filmmakers, businesses, non profits and highlighted the current environmental crisis and suggested solutions.
“This year going virtual over five days gave us more time to provide a better experience for filmmakers and the visibility to showcase our youth ambassadors and their work,” said Surina Narula, MBE, Founder of Difficult Dialogues and the tve GSFA.
The winners of Daring Debates which featured the college finalists from India, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Africa, USA and Sri Lanka were also announced. Gloria Oziohu Alonge from University of Lagos, Nigeria, was declared winner for the motion while Aditya Dhar from Harvard University won against the motion.