In celebration of “International day of peace” on 21st of September, India Peace Centre is again hosting a bicycle rally. This years celebration focusses on the topic “climate action for peace”. At first peace and climate may seem like two different topics. But in order to live in a peaceful environment, caring for climate is substantial.
That is why India Peace Centre wants to make a statement. Going everywhere by car or by bike ejects lots of CO2. CO2 is the main reason for global warming. Global warming causes natural catastrophes, such as forest fires, water shortage, the melting of the polar caps and poor harvest. Refugees and conflicts are the outcome.
With the bicycle rally India Peace Centre and all the participants show a way of reducing their carbon footprint in order to provide peace.
The rally starts at 6:30 am until 8:00 am. Start and finish will be at India Peace Centre.
We would like you to join and celebrate together!
In observance of International Day of Peace on 21st of September the India Peace Centre organizes an art competition based on this year´s topic “Climate action for peace”. In order to raise awareness on this important topic, the IPC asks selected students from High Schools and Colleges to create a piece of artwork, which will be presented on the 21.09.2019 at 5.00pm at the India Peace Centre. The best artworks will be awarded with attractive prizes.
In celebration of Mahatma Gandhis 150th birth anniversary the India Peace Centre is organising a panel discussion on Gandhi and and India Today at 5:00 PM on 2nd October 2019. Dr. Suresh Khainar, Ms. Pratishruti Singh Agrawal, Dr. Yugal Rayalu and Adv. Krishna Rao Deshpande are going to lead the discussion. You are cordially invited to join us in the program and pay tribute to the Father of the Nation at India Peace centre (C K Naidu Road, Civil Lines, Nagpur)
“YOU are the first generation to suffer the full impact of the sins of your predecessors, and you will be the last generation that can do something about it.” – Prof. Klaus Schwab, Chairman – World Economic Forum
India Peace Centre in colloboration with Global Shapers, Nagpur hub is organizing an event on the climate crisis. Here is your chance to learn and take action to help make sure that we minimize the negative effects of the climate climate.
Registration link- bit.ly/ClimateRealityNagpur
For 73 years now, India is living guarded by its constitution, which is there to protect all citizens of India. In honor of this important day, India Peace Centre wants to tribute Dr. Ambedkar fo mr his work in order to make India’s constitution a secular script ensuring the well- being of all Indians.
On the 26th of September, Prakash Meghe, T.S. Rawal and Via Sathidar will give an insight into the legal, political and ambedkarian perspective of India’s constitution.
The celebration will take place at India Peace Centre at 5pm. You are cordially invited to participate.
India Peace Centre is celebrating its 31 years of interreligious dialogues, peacebuilding, and peace education on ecology, nuclear issues, rights and dignity on the 7th of December 2019. It is yet another milestone and worth celebrating with you as you have been part of this undaunted journey. It is also a time to look back and reflect on the vision and idea of Dr. Mathai Zachariah, the Founder of India Peace Centre on this occasion.
Hence, in celebration of that India Peace Centre is organizing the 7th Mathai Zachariah Annual Memorial Lecture on 7th of December at 5.00 PM in order to honour the founder, his ideas and his intentions and thereby celebrating life and work of India Peace Centre.
Dr. Anand Kumar, a retired professor of Sociology from JNU, New Delhi, Dr. Supantha Bhattacharya, an educationist and Ms. Apneet Bedi will speak on the topic “Cultivating Culture of Peace in Diversity”, the main idea of the India Peace Centre.
You are cordially invited to jointly celebrate with us.
Today in a world of war, political suspense and social conflicts, people tend to forget about Mahatma Gandhiji’s vision of a non- violent, peaceful India. Regarding this situation, India Peace Centre addresses peace- related topics in form of a peace vigil. The program will take place on the 30th of January at 5 pm at India Peace Centre, as it is Gandhiji’s 72nd death anniversary.
India Peace Centre is going to observe peace in the past, as well as peace issues today. Most importantly, there will be room for discussions of current peace issues and how to respond to them.
The dress code will be black, as we would like to convey a picture of unity. You are cordially invited to participate.