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We, the Students: A Citizenship Awareness campaign – a report

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For information on the We, the Students campaign, click here. In the wake of country wide protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, the ‘We, The Students’ campaign aims to spread information around various aspects and history of the Act, its present and anticipated implications and the impact it has had on civil society. The campaign…

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The Idea of the Indian Constitution – Chapter II

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Apoorvaanand began the conference by saying it is not a coincidence that we have got together to talk about the Constitution. And right he is. It is not a coincidence indeed. It has become an urgent need. And that perhaps is the reason for Takshila Education Society to invite us to take the conference that…

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Anne Frank: A History for Today in Kochi

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After the last Anne Frank: A History for Today exhibition I conducted, in Saikul (Manipur), the prospect of one in Kochi seemed ordinary enough. 30 class 8 students from across 7 (CBSE) Bhawans schools from across Kochi. How much novelty could I find? Day 1 At 9 AM on the morning of 19 Jan the…

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Anne Frank: A History for Today at the Conflictorium

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November 2019 marks 7 years of association with the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam, as their India partners. A chance encounter at a conference in Doha leading to a partnership that has led to one of the most relevant and important projects we have undertaken at PeaceWorks. cccc2019 has also been particularly special. This year we…

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