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SHARED HISTORIES Conference on Teaching History 2 and 3 May 2019. St Kabir School, Chandigarh Is it possible to overcome bias and celebrate our common humanity through the shared culture and heritage of the subcontinent?   To register, fill in and submit this form. Thursday, 2 May 2019   Religion and Region: Romila Thapar [9.30– 11 a.m.]…

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Anne Frank Project at St. Kabir Public School, Chandigarh

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Report prepared by Deeptha Vivekanand. The Anne Frank Project was launched in Chandigarh on 11th October, 2018, at St. Kabir Public School. The project involved the display of the international traveling exhibition ‘Anne Frank – A History for Today’, the screening of the documentary A Short Life of Anne Frank and related educational activities such…

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History for Peace Outreach Programme | MHS

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‘What do you think of as Indian culture?’ ‘Sari!’ ‘Rosogolla!’ ‘Festivals!’ ‘Mughlai cuisine!’ The History for Peace Outreach Programme reached Modern High School for Girls on 26 July 2018. 40 girls from Class 8, led by Anjum Katyal (member of the History for Peace advisory board, educationist and co-director of the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival),…

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History for Peace Outreach Programme | MBWA

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History for Peace is now in its fourth year. After each conference, we have been working on effective ways of outreach, dissemination and feedback, organizing various smaller events and workshops. In 2017, we organised Conference to Classroom, a workshop conducted by four teachers from Modern High School for Girls (MHS) for teacher trainees from the…

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1971 in Classrooms | Modern High School for Girls

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‘Have you ever met or spoken to anyone from Pakistan?’ ‘Yes!’ ‘So, what comes to mind when you think about Pakistan?’ ‘Jinnah!’ ‘The flag!’ ‘A sudden patriotism during cricket matches!’ ‘What comes to mind when you think about Bangladesh?’  ‘Bangal and Ghoti!’  ‘Cultural difference!’  ‘Ilish!’  ‘You really have to explain that to me,’ said a…

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