Category Archives: Anne Frank- A History for Today

Hear it from the peer guides!

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The Anne Frank- A History for Today exhibition just wound up at the South City International School, Kolkata today. This is what some of the peer guides had to say about their experiences. I had a really good experience. I learnt a lot. I had already read the diary of Anne Frank in Class 7…

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Mindsets and Circumstance

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‘Why can’t people think? Do they not have a mind of their own?’ These were questions raised by the group of students who are a part of the human rights course at South City International School in response to discussion on mindsets and bias. On the face of it, simple and straightforward questions. We started…

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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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Theatre and human rights

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I was meeting the Human Rights defenders at South City International School after a long break(thanks to final exams), and thought that some theatre would be a good way to get back into the swing of things. We started off with some warm up exercises led by one of the students who plays in the…

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