11th Annual International Peace Day Festival | 21 September 2016 | New Delhi

11th Annual International Peace Day Festival: Interpretations of Peace and Conflict  
a Kriti team initiative

An eclectic evening featuring multi-media articulations of peace. Film, Poetry, Performance, Discussion, Music and Art. Celebrating the International Day of Peace.

21st September, 7 pm onwards
Amaltas, India Habitat Centre,
Lodhi Road, New Delhi

We recite and resist…Peace Poetry 
Peace and Us by Indu Prakash Singh
Peace, Harmony and Dreams by Shruti Batra
We engage…Interpretations on Peace and Conflict
Peace journies from within and across the borders
by Devika Mittal

…Repeal AFSPA
Speakers (tbc)
We experience…
Mindfullness and Peace
by Samarth Sharma and All of Us
We perform and challenge…
Parichay and Peace
by Shapno Ekhon (Dream Now)
Bharat Mata Ki Jai (Abridged version)
by Mandala

Antar Sambandh 
by Sansaptak Natya
We sing and echoe…
Sounds of Peace
by Ashish Dha
Students from communities and colleges
We express and support….
Interactive spaces for peace
We believe….Share your perspective and make a peace footprint!


Come and spend an evening in and with peace with friends, family, colleagues and more. If you want to share a peace expression, we will have an open house during the festival for any impromptu sharing.

Co-create, Collaborate, Co-participate
Make a peace footprint this September

This is an independently initiated event! Contributions are requested/ welcome to our Peace Day 'Gullaq' in cash or kind from those who would like to make a peace imprint for this day! We can organise some refreshments and some peace gestures for participants with it. Please write to space.kriti@gmail.com if you would like to support the festival.

Thanks to Habitat World for the venue support.

The Kriti team has been organising a Peace Day festival since 2006 at different venues real and virtual. We believe that such days provide an opportunity for different others to connect, engage, learn and share. We look at our festivals as steps in public education for social change!


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