invites you for its
Fourth Annual Peace Day festival
‘Interpretations of Peace and Conflict’
19-22 September 2009
@Amaltas, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi
Manufacturing Peace - a Panel Discussion with Anil Chaudhary, Gautam Navlakha, Kavita Srivastava, Ajay Chaudhary, Vasundhara Jairath, Sukumur Murlidharan, and other eminent Scholars & Activists; Moderator: Nandini Sundar
Monday, 21st September, 7.00 - 8.30 pm: International Peace Day celebrations
@ Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi
About Caliban: Also About Colombo
......a Hamara Shakespeare Fest'09 outreach
a play by the students of Loyola College, Chennai
in association with the Prakriti Foundation
Principal Texts: Peter Handke, Edward Kamau Braithwaite, William Shakespeare, Sumathy and a collage of works from Jaffna poets
Directed by Parnab Mukherjee
Synopsis: Who or what is a Caliban? Our play is not just a re-working of a Shakespeare classic treated with a collage of texts but a voyage to find Caliban amongst the dissident map in
@Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi
Damaged (73 mins/ English) by Subrat Kumar Sahu: A film that travels to the Upper Indrāvati Hydropower Project in Kalahandi district of Orissa, questioning popular notions of development, as it experiences how a ‘sustainable economy of inclusive prosperity’ has been turned into the ‘farcical sport of growth statistics’.
The Lament of Niyamraja (13 mins/ Kui) by Surya Shankar Dash: This short film of a Dongria Kond song captures with the sounds of music, some moments from the hills of Niyamgiri in Orissa which is yet to be lost to the attempts of Vedanta, an aluminium company wanting to undertake mining here!
Gaon Chhodab Nahin (8 mins/ Hindi dialect) by K P Sasi: This movement music video depicts the lives and times of adivasi and dalits populations and their struggles against the development projects and corporates induced displacement.
On the sidelines: some poetry, books and films on related issues and more…
Celebrating 10 years of Kriti team's expressions for social change!