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    The Idea of the Indian Constitution

    Tollygunge Club

    We live in times when critical thinking and questioning have become crucial. Who really is a citizen; what can this citizen do within their rights; does criticizing the actions of a political individual or party qualify as being anti-national; what then does it mean to be a ‘national’; what does the ‘law of the land’ say; What do ‘Justice’, ‘Liberty’, ‘Equality’, ‘Fraternity’ mean?

    We cordially invite your participation at the fifth annual History for Peace Conference—to discuss, debate and explore ideas with us on how to bring these and all other pertinent issues into history classrooms, yes, but also into political science classrooms, geography classrooms, environmental studies classrooms—in fact into our education system!

    Registration is open now

    More details here. Conference programme to be shared shortly.

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