Category Archives: Anne Frank- A History For Today

Workshop on the Human Rights Defenders module-DPS Patna

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‘Rights are something we are born with. But not something we should take for granted.’ As a part of the introductions, we asked each of the twenty-six teachers participating in human rights workshop to share Read More …

Peer guide training at Delhi Public School, Patna

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‘Good morning Ma’am’, a chorus greeted us as we walked into the indoor games area at Delhi Public School [DPS] Patna. A group of twenty-seven middle and high school students armed with sheets of information Read More …

Being a Human Rights Defender

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Social exclusion. What is it? What does the term mean? Discussions in the classes on Human Rights at the South City International School often revolved around this. When the school played host to the Anne Read More …

Anne Frank- A History for Today at South City International School

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‘Ma’am, exactly what is a peer guide meant to do? Do we just take the guests around the exhibition?’—a slightly hesitant question from a student before we set up the exhibition. The international travelling exhibition Read More …

What am I? Discussions on Identity

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Who am I? What defines me? Difficult questions. Questions that require introspection and honesty. We spent a few classes discussing these questions, and more, while on the section on Identity in the PeaceWorks Human Rights Read More …