The Gandhi Experiment | World Peace Through Education

We are a social enterprise specialising in peace education and global citizenship. Our vision - world peace through education. Our student conferences and teacher workshops have been highly successful in implementing change. Our free lessons for teachers and parents provide support and open lines of communication between busy adults and teens. 

We are proud to be part of the growing global movement for non-violence. 

 

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Margaret Hepworth is the recipient of the 2016 Sir John Monash Award

for Inspirational Women's Leadership. Read about it here.


I wanted to email to thank you for your inspiring talk on Wednesday. I really enjoyed being a part of the conference and am in great admiration of The Gandhi Experiment
— Beth, an attendee at the 'Global Participation — it starts with us!' student conference

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THE GANDHI EXPERIMENT facilitates 

Student conferences: Global Participation - it starts with us!

Teacher training: in values education

Parent seminars: The Thriving Teen


TEACHER TRAINING in Global Participation - it starts with us!

MARGARET HEPWORTH'S FORTHCOMING BOOK: THE GANDHI EXPERIMENT - TEACHING OUR TEENAGERS HOW TO BECOME GLOBAL CITIZENS COMING IN 2016 RUPA PUBLISHERS

MARGARET HEPWORTH'S FORTHCOMING BOOK: THE GANDHI EXPERIMENT - TEACHING OUR TEENAGERS HOW TO BECOME GLOBAL CITIZENS COMING IN 2016 RUPA PUBLISHERS

STUDENT CONFERENCE: Global participation - it starts with us!

COLLABORATIVE DEBATING - Debating that finds a solution to the problem

COLLABORATIVE DEBATING - Debating that finds a solution to the problem


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72 people have been killed in the recent protests since July 9th, 2016, and over 11,000 people injured. Hundreds have been blinded or suffer structural eye damage through the use of pellet guns; many of these are children. Rajmohan Gandhi writes of the situation and suggests a lateral, thought provoking call to end the violence http://indianexpress.com/article/opinion/columns/kashmir-violence-unrest-drop-the-stone-3002958/Sending prayers, thoughts and this poem, to all people caught up in the crises.