The SHASN Debate

About the event

About the Host: Faye D’Souza is a multi-award winning journalist, immensely popular for her balanced and unbiased style of journalism. With a following of over 3 million across social media platforms, Faye and her team of journalists have built a reputation for reliable, verified, non-partisan news updates on social media. Faye has been the recipient of several awards for her journalism including the Ramnath Goenka award for excellence in Journalism. Following her exit from television, Faye has launched her news app called Beatroot News with the aim to innovate with formats and restore dignity and credibility to audio-visual news. Her dedication to journalistic integrity has made her a prominent figure in the industry, and she continues to make significant contributions to the field of media and journalism.

About the Event: The sharpest, most rigorous debate show is in town! The SHASN Debate by Faye D’Souza is here to cut through the noise of political polarisation and media toxicity, and revive the lost spirit of dignified political debate on issues that matter, which is based on SHASN, the bestselling political strategy game.

Date: 19th August, 2023, Saturday | Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

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