Category Archives: Travelling Exhibitions

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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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 on Anne Frank greeted us with big smiles on their faces—enough to dispel the early winter gloom.  After a brief…

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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 ‘ Anne Frank—A History for Today’ was set up at the South City International School, Kolkata, having been to Bangalore,…

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‘Anne Frank- A History for Today’ exhibition at Pondicherry

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Azim Premji Foundation in collaboration with the Directorate of School Education, Puducherry and The Seagull Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata hosted the exhibition in three venues over a period of eighteen days from 24 January to 11 February, 2016. The exhibition was held in three places: Vivekanand Government Higher Secondary School, Villianur, Government Technical School, Lawspet and…

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