Tag Archives: Storytelling

Two Stories at Jorabagan

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‘I have two stories for you today, one funny and the other a little serious. Which one do you want to listen to first?’ asked Swara, the volunteer at the Jorabagan police station centre. ‘The Read More …

Telling your own story

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We began the storytelling session at Child Care centre with a free wheeling chat about the girl’s day-to-day lives at the home. Since Sonu—the volunteer there—was visiting after a long exam related break and so Read More …

Creating a gender neutral space through stories and activities

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Notions of gender and gender stereotypes, more often than not, build up in people in their early processes of socialization as children. It can be as trivial as a pink coloured comb belonging to a Read More …

Open a book, start reading | Golpo Mela 2017

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Every year, Golpo Mela—the PeaceWorks Storytelling Festival is celebrated in a way that is slightly different from the previous one. This year turned out to be a landmark one, because Golpo Mela was celebrated twice Read More …

Superheroes and Stories

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Taking off from our discussion at the South End Park centre, where the children drew and talked about what they liked as a part of an exercise about what they would like to hear stories Read More …