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Nonviolence and the Future of Democracy - Rajni Bakshi

This lecture was delivered as part of the History for Peace conference titled 'The Idea of Democracy' hosted at St Kabir Public School,...


History for Peace. 

Teaching and Learning History for Peace and Understanding 


The world of art is not restricted to simply art for art’s sake. Work is being done in this field-work that can be used by educators within the classroom and without.

Lesson Ideas

A space for teachers to share and discuss interesting, innovative and creative lesson ideas related to the teaching of history.

Teaching the Constitution: Caste Bias and Discrimination in Everyday Life - A Lesson Plan

This lesson plan was introduced to 28 teachers from ICSE and CBSE schools based in Kolkata at a History for Peace workshop on June 28,...

Teaching the Indian Constitution: Fundamental Rights, Resistance and the AFSPA - A Lesson Plan

A lesson plan on teaching the constitution, focussing especially on AFSPA and fundamental rights.

Engaging with Bhimayana: An introduction to the life and work of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

This lesson idea invites a close reading of Bhimayana to open up constructive conversations towards critically understanding caste, and...


History for Peace conducts an annual conference as well as shorter talks and workshops through the year.



History for Peace is a network of educators and members of civil society in the subcontinent.

The project serves as a platform for discussion, debate and the exchange of ideas pertaining to teaching and learning of history for peace and understanding.

Membership is Free

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Wednesday, 30 October 2019

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Wednesday, 30 October 2019

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