Seminar Magazine

Magazine Writing and Curation on Malnutrition in India



  • Content Strategy
  • interviews
  • Storytelling & Reportage


  • Policy Makers
  • Public


  • Website
  • Internal Communications
An illustration of three stick figures behind forks (that give the illusion of jails)—representing Newsworthy.Studio's magazine curation and production work for Seminar Magazine on malnutrition in India.

Seminar, an acclaimed monthly in-depth magazine, devoted to supplying its readers with the most diverse views on any given subject, engaged Newsworthy.Studio via Global Health Strategies to work on the June 2020 issue on malnutrition in India. We did interviews, wrote and edited articles, held vital interviews with key government and policy experts to outline the complexities associated with malnutrition-justice, a multi-dimensional challenge in India.

The Challenge

Put together a holistic, multi-dimensional perspective on malnutrition in India

The Outcome

A widely-shared, rigorously researched magazine issue with 16 reported analytical pieces and expert interviews

360° Conversation on Malnutrition-Justice

The magazine issue, titled ‘Justice on Our Plates‘, highlighted socio-economic factors such as  poverty, lack of availability of nutritious food, improper maternal and child care practices as well as innovation in agriculture and food science that can combat malnutrition in India. Our team of writers, interviewers and editors put together a robust magazine issue on one of India’s most compelling public health issues.

Explore our Work

A drone shot from one of Newsworthy.Studio's documentary films for World Bank on India's rural roads scheme.

The World Bank

Putting a human face on policy & data

Interviews & Panels. Storytelling & Reportage. Videos & Documentaries.

Closeup of an old woman smoking—taken from the Gender Curriculum & Media Fellowship designed by Newsworthy.Studio for Global Health Strategies.

Global Health Strategies

Reimagining how we talk about gender

Curricula & Pedagogy Design. Fellowship Design.

A graphic with a red background, and with elements of a QR code, silhouettes of workers, a city skyline, outline of trees and a mic in the centre. Part of Newsworthy.Studio trainings design for Oxfam India on business responsibility.

Oxfam India

A digital module on business responsibility

Training Design & Implementation. Videos & Documentaries. Websites & Microsites.