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We are Still Alive: Strategies in Surviving the Anthropocene
Programme : We are Still Alive: Strategies in Surviving the Anthropocene
Start Date:  21 Jan 2020  At:  11:00  .Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza 
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We are Still Alive: Strategies in Surviving the Anthropocene
Site-specific exhibition that engages with the impact of the human footprint on earth systems that has become irreversible and poses the greatest challenge to mankind. Presenting Asif Waqif; Arun Kumar H.G.; Priyanka Chowdhary; and Ravi Agarwal 
 
Preview on Monday, 20th January 2020 at 16:30
 
(Collaboration: Shalini Passi Foundation; MASH)
 
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To Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza which was inaugurated on 21 January 1970
Programme : To Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza which was inaugurated on 21 January 1970
Start Date:  21 Jan 2020  At:  10:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
To Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza which was inaugurated on 21 January 1970
 
Celebration of the Power of Nin-violent Action and the Life of Martin Luther King Jr.
(15 January 1929-4 April 1968)
 
From 10:30 to 11:00
91st Birthday Commemoration Service of Dr. Marin Luther King Jr.
Songs by Choirs of Schools from Delhi NCR
 
From 11:15 to 12:15
Interactive Session
Theme: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” – Martin Luther King Jr. (Letter from Birmingham Jail, 16 April 1963)
 
During the Interactive Session a short film on Martin Luther King Jr. will be screened
 
Moderators: Shri Suhas Borker, Working Group on Alternative Strategies; and Shri Ramesh Sharma, Gandhi Yuva Biradari
 
This programme is part of the Taking Children to Gandhi series that brings children closer to the enduring legacy of Gandhi’s non-violent struggle for equity, justice, pluralism and sustainable development
 
(Collaboration: Gandhi Yuva Biradari and Working Group on Alternative Strategies)
 
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To mark the 50th Anniversary of the inauguration of the Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza
Programme : To mark the 50th Anniversary of the inauguration of the Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza
Start Date:  21 Jan 2020  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
To mark the 50th Anniversary of the inauguration of the Gandhi-King Memorial Plaza
 
 
 
In Conversation: A Reminder which Hurts
 
Participants include Pamela Philipose; H.S. Phoolka; Gautam Vohra; Kamal Mitra Chenoy; John dayal; Tapan Bose; Achin Vanaik; and Suhas Borker
 
 
 
" I have great pleasure in dedicating this plaza and I hope it will always not only
 
be a reminder but a reminder which hurts...a reminder which hurts us for our
 
own weaknesses, which hurts and reminds us of the gaps in our work and our
 
 effort, and if in that way, it can inspire us to greater effort and to greater work,
 
 I think you will have achieved a very great deal."
 
- Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India, at the inauguration of the Gandhi-King
 
 Memorial Plaza, 21 January 1970.
 
 
 
(Collaboration: Working Group on Alternative Strategies)

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MAPPING SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
Programme : MAPPING SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
Start Date:  21 Jan 2020  At:  18:30  .SEMINAR ROOMS II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
Description :
MAPPING SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
 
Limits of Direct Income Support – The Case of Tenant Farmers
Illustrated lecture by Shri Kiran Kumar Vissa, social activist working at the grassroots level to resolve the issues faced by Indian farmers; his dedicated work over the years in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana has resulted in significantly improving the livelihoods of farmers in the region

Chair: Dr. Siraj Hussain, Visiting Senior Fellow, ICRIER

 


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From Pain to Paint
Programme : From Pain to Paint
Start Date:  22 Jan 2020  At:  11:00  .MAIN ART GALLERY, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
Description :
From Pain to Paint
An exhibition of paintings from the Bindu Art School founded by Werner Dornik, Austrian artist and Padma Venkataraman. Bindu Art School uses art to change the lives of people affected by leprosy
 
Inauguration by H.E. Ms Brigitte Öppinger-Walchshofer, Ambassador of Austria on Tuesday, 21st January 2020 at 18:30
Guest of Honour: Anjolie Ela Menon and Suresh Jindal
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