Category Archives: Workshops

Anne Frank—A History for Today | Reflections

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The exhibition cum workshop ‘Anne Frank- A History for Today’ enabled us to understand the depth of the persecutions that took place and the suffering that the Jews underwent at the hands of the Nazis. Not only was it highly informative, the exhibition embedded within us a sense of compassion and love for all human…

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Memory Walk, Patna | 13, 14, 15 January 2018

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We started the year with the Memory Walk project at Ludhiana, facilitated by Aaron Peterer and Yan Paul Dubbelman from the Anne Frank House. The project then went to Patna, where we worked with 15 high school students from Delhi Public School, Patna. The first day of the workshop began with a fun exercise, where first,…

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Memory Walk, Ludhiana | 9, 10, 11 January 2018

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Conceived by Barry Van Driel of the Anne Frank House, Memory Walk is a project that functions as an education toolkit to critically look at memorialization, its function, its politics and its relevance today. The project involves students conducting research into local monuments and translating their insights and interviews with the general public, into short…

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Anne Frank—A History for Today | A Testimony

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The entire project consisted of workshops, exhibition and research work followed by making a documentary on understanding the concept of peaceful co-existence despite enormous diversities in the Indian Sub continent in relation to how the Europeans dealt with their diversities. It was lot of food for thought. Anne Frank’s life story encourages people to work…

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Anne Frank – A History for Today in Delhi Public School, Ludhiana

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Five years since launching the project in India and 9 cities later, we find ourselves in Ludhiana with the Anne Frank exhibition and all its related education activities.    At 4 degrees Celsius it was freezing cold for somebody used to Calcutta winter. But the famous Punjabi warmth and hospitality buffered the bitter cold like…

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