Category Archives: Travelling Exhibitions

‘Anne Frank-A History for Today’ at DPS, Pune

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Bright and early on a Sunday morning, eighteen students of Delhi Public School were bustling about their multipurpose hall, unpacking trunks, fishing out dismantled structures and carefully unrolling panels all over the floor. In a matter of hours, these students, from classes X and XI and XII, inspected, prepared and set up an entire exhibition…

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Workshop on human rights-DPS Coimbatore

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Human rights are for everyone. It does not matter which social strata one belongs to, or the level of education. We began the workshop on human rights—to introduce the PeaceWorks Human Rights Defenders Module—for teachers at DPS Coimbatore with a round of introductions and a brief discussion on what the words human rights means to…

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Peer guide training-DPS Coimbatore

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For me, the most interesting aspect of ‘Anne Frank—A History for Today’, the international traveling exhibition, is the fact that it engages on multiple levels. There is of course—the visual aspect—photographs of Anne, her family, the very real and unimaginable suffering that countless people had to go through. Then there are the first person accounts.…

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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 what the word ‘rights’ meant to them. Most agreed that rights come with responsibility. We then moved on to an…

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