Education for Peace: Call for Volunteers

Concerned about growing levels of violence in society? Spend a lot of time thinking about schooling and education? Passionate about international relations but not sure what you can do? Get in touch with us! We may be looking for you at Prajnya’s Education for Peace Initiative! Prajnya needs a few rock-solid-reliable, enthusiastic and committed volunteers … More Education for Peace: Call for Volunteers

What’s going on in the world?

The Peace Club is structured around a handful of interactions between the students and the Prajnya resource person. The activity that carries on through the academic year is the ‘What’s going on in the world’ bulletin board. Peace Club members are responsible for updating this ‘news board’ everyday, and ideally take individual and collective responsibility … More What’s going on in the world?

A little art, a little celebration

Prajnya Peace Club members held an exhibition of their art and writing on peace  on November 3, 2014. Dr. D. Jayashree, Prajnya Trustee, and Swarna Rajagopalan visited the exhibition and listened to the students introduce their work at length. The enthusiasm of the students–and the teachers who encouraged them–was remarkable and infectious. The children had … More A little art, a little celebration

Kriti, September 21, 2012: Photo Album & Report

Director’s note: On International Day of Peace , we at Prajnya, celebrated with a small  group of people by engaging in conversations about the what, why’s and how’s of Peace  education. Kriti was our attempt to begin the conversation of Peace with some educators in the city and to  encourage them to  implement some of the NCF … More Kriti, September 21, 2012: Photo Album & Report

Launching the ‘Writing for Peace” Programme

Come and Write for Peace! Today is World Peace Day and we join hands with Words and More (Kids) to spread the word for a harmonious future for our children. Write stories, poems or articles about peace and get selected for the Writing for Peace Collection! Entries accepted from September 21, 2011 at wordsnmore@gmail.com (See … More Launching the ‘Writing for Peace” Programme