Hello Alex, I am having a difficult morning worrying about some very aggressive comments I wrote on someone’s page last night, when he had practically no content, which has now changed.
If Bassam has asked you to be a friend, click on the tiny figure in the black margin at the top, and it will open a box that displays a simple format for accepting ‘friends’. Bassam is coming to Australia, see his comment on my page, but I am not too sure at all about the dates he gave.
I would send this as a private message, but am a little concerned you might not find it,
Thank you so very much for your message.I am truly inspired to receive it.Our 'Children have a right to peace project' is going very well.In fact ,this is part of our 'Children's rights through artwork project'.You will be glad to know that our organisation has been taking up ‘Children’s Rights Artwork ‘as a rights based programme through its ‘Children’s Rights Centre’ for rural and urban children in and around Madurai, Tamilnadu, South India under the aegis of the Art Venture, Singapore .This is an innovative programme for children in the age group 7-17,which aims at providing ways to learn,debate,raise awareness and foster activism about their rights to survival,protection,development,participation as enshrined in the UN Convention on the rights of the child(1989) through artwork.
The children’s Right Artwork project not only aims at building a holistic understanding of Child Rights and exploring areas of concern that affect children and their rights but also combining arts with a study of the UN convention on the rights of children as a way to promote children’s understanding of their legal status in society. The artwork includes folk dances, folk music and songs, drawing and painting, cartooning, children’s rights mural, floor arts, needlecrafts, lacework, writing contests and competitions, portrait and figure drawing and cartooning on computers etc, which develop art skills, improve self confidence and enhance creative and enjoyment in the arts and to know of their rights to childhood.
With in a span of three years the project will cover 15000 female and male children from 50 schools which are located in and around Madurai and its neighbouring villages. The project promotes the forming of the citizens with active, positive and vital position; develops creative potential of the children and helps them realise themselves as the part of the global community. The outcomes of the project include 1.Children will be empowered with information on their rights 2.They will acquire skills in arts and learn to combine arts with the study on their rights 3.Children will get inspired to discover their unique talents through a variety of hands-on workshops.
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Hello Alex, I noticed the clarinet and decided to have a look because all my daughters have played, or are playing, the clarinet. And then, surprise surprise, I see you come from Tasmania. Welcome to mepeace. One of my girls will be commencing nursing studies in Launceston next year.
There is not much praying going on here, we are all too busy arguing with each other. I am one of the peacemakers who are heavily involved with the arguments, but the ‘search’ here is so bad you will not be able to find where I have been or what I’ve said. We could do with the help of a good psychiatrist.
If you are interested in getting involved with our discussions, TALIS has a good selection of new books about both Israel and Palestine.
If you are ‘friends’ with someone, you can send them a private message. I also find it is easier to locate individuals (within mepeace) who are friends, especially if I have not remembered their name. Besides, it is a nice way to say, ‘I like your views’. So, would you like to be my ‘friend’? Use the two tiny icons at the top (the envelope and the person) to locate friends requests.
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