Our work at a glance

  • Storytelling for gender equality and peace

  • Education with curriculums, workshops and dialogue

  • Tech for Good for resources and reporting

  • Digital Advocacy for gender equality and peacebuilding

  • Legal, Policy and Psycho-social research to inform our activism

Notes from the field

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Building Peace with the Environment

No attempts at peacebuilding can make a difference if we are not compassionate to the world around us. Raakhee Suryaprakash led our students at the One World Project on a dedicated and comprehensive training on carbon footprints, and making impacts on the environment around us through our lifestyles.

Sunday, February 17, 2019

Good Governance

We worked with the members of the GirlUp Club at Stella Maris, and trained them on Policy Analysis tools, critical thinking, and looking at policies through the lenses of gender, peace, and development-related criteria.

Saturday, February 16, 2019

What did you see?

In the second phase of the One world Project, we began our session with a conversation around Race and Caste. Through exchanges that ranged from profound to stunningly evocative, the children navigated how race and caste operate in spaces around us, and how discrimination is kept alive because privilege not only ignores its privilege, but also does so with a significant amount of ego.
Here's a look at how the session went.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Breaking Prejudice

ISFiT 2019 had a series called Project Day, where we did a workshop with close to 600 young people from all over the world on peace, breaking prejudices, and questioning. Here's what that session looked like:

Art work made by a participant