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It was in the winter of 2012 that representatives from the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam arrived in Calcutta at the Seagull Foundation for the Arts. The outcome of the visit was a teachers’ workshop and the decision to bring the project Anne Frank—A History for Today, consisting of an international travelling exhibition and related workshops and activities, to India for the first time with Calcutta as its first host.

The PeaceWorks Human Rights Defenders Programme was developed as a part of the project. The resource ‘ Learning to Live with Difference’ is a resource for teachers to engage high school students in the understanding of human rights, and inspiring them to become human rights defenders.

The resources used include literature, film, performance and visual arts, and the mode of engagement is discursive, analytical and creative.

You can download the full resource here.

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For the past twenty seven years The Seagull Foundation for the Arts has been actively supporting, nurturing and disseminating creative and critical activity in the field of the arts in India, especially fine arts, theatre and cinema, out of a deep conviction and commitment to the belief that the arts are everybody’s responsibility and a social commitment.