There are some 70 million population of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) in India. So even at the lowest estimate disabled people could be considered the Nation’s largest majority. In the developing economy discrimination against the disabled is too obvious to be stated. In access to all kind of public services such as medical health, education, employment and in access to environment almost everywhere they are discriminated. Sometimes overt and sometimes covert.
Search for Common Grounds participatory theatre for conflict transformation is aimed at promoting peaceful solutions to conflict in DRC. In particular, we are focusing on the conflicts inherent in the process of repatration of hundreds of thousands of Congolese now returning home after up to ten years in neighbouring countries as refugees. When they return home, they find innumerable conflicts, including material ones (land and propery confiscated) as well as psychological ones (prejudices, jealousy, rumours, and stereotypes).
The main objectives of the initiative are encouraging Palestinian-Israeli dialogue and strengthening Palestinian capacities. Recognizing that dialogue and cooperative initiatives are required in order to nurture peaceful relations in this region, and acknowledging that the Palestinian business sector can play a pivotal role in leading cooperation with parallel Israeli sectors, this initiative seeks to encourage interaction between the Palestinian and Israeli private sectors, who have the potential to serve as anchors of dialogue in their respective communities.
The main focus is to work on the reconcilitation of communities who are experiencing social conflicts through the creation of an inclusive and collective Theatre for peace and non-violence. The contribution is: to create a different level of understanding and communication that can open new opportunities for peaceful relations in the society. At the moment we are working in the interreligious dialogue after the Gujarat's riots ( India 2002) and in the dialogue between the native people and modern society of Mexico.
Our work at IMC/MCDF addresses the challenge of building peace. We do so by using a faith-based approach to promote acceptance of differences (religious, cultural, gender and other social differences) that exist in society and the use of non-violent methods in solving problems. This strategy acknowledges the fact that people are passionate about their religion and that nearly all people in Africa belong to one religion or another. It also draws on the immunity, moral authority and influence that religious leaders have on religious communities.
FRD seeks to apply the experience of three decades of successful work for normalization of US relations with Viet Nam, Cambodia and Laos to the equally intractable problem of achieving mutually respectful relations between the US and Cuba. Our primary immediate goal is to end travel restrictions which by intention prevent all kinds and levels of informal and programmed people to people interaction.
It provides source of income It creates diversions from boredom to productivity especially for youths It strengthen self-help for people who have been chronically reliant on public welfare and traditional ways of living
We are focused on the following: a· Establishing Conflict Resolution Centres and Multi- Door Courthouses (Court Annexed ADR Centres) b· Increasing public awareness and encouraging the widespread use of prompt, effective, economic and user- friendly means of dispute resolution. c· Monitoring and providing early warnings and facilitating the prevention, management and resolution of conflicts.
Our initiative addresses all needs of evolving entrepreneurs, which include but not limited to training, mentorship, incubation, market survey, social impact study, self-help group support, schools for servant leadership, social responsibility standardization framework, service-credit models & logistics support and technology. i) Students in India do not learn how to write micro-finance business plans, business plans, entrepreneurship plans, and social entrepreneurship plans in classes.
Carla's Model facilitates the integration of a relaxation and creativity process that promotes inner peace, self- empowerment, and compassion of children and adults, as well as peace worldwide. The future of gifted children's emotional development will be determined by social and environmental factors. According to research, misconceptions can contribute to overlooking and incorrectly placing gifted children.