Our magazines on Various Issues

We are now in a state of climate emergency. The panic buttons have been pressed. Almost every day we get new facts and information on the enormity of the problem. We can feel the worsening condition in our daily lives- air pollution which is virtually killing us every day, extreme weather conditions, challenges of waste management, drought conditions, severe flooding in many places and extinction of many valued species of plants and animals…

 

This Issue focuses on Climate Change and its effects. 

 

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June 2019 

“Wherever you are, do a little bit of good whenever you get the chance. It’s those little bits of goods and kindness put together that overwhelms the world.” – Desmond Tutu 

 

In technical terms, kindness is a pleasant disposition and consideration for others. But being kind is so much more than that. Kindness is noticing and recognizing someone’s struggle with open eyes and heart. Kindness is helping others without expecting anything in return. Kindness is greeting people with a gentle smile. Kindness is the willingness to wholeheartedly celebrate someone else’s success. 

 

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November 2018 

As the world continues to find itself in an abyss of conflicts and violence, children have an important role to contribute to peace and social change. Mahatma Gandhi had rightly said, “If we are to reach real peace in this world… 

we shall have to begin with children.”

 

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February 2018 

It is a challenge to ensure space and opportunities for children with disabilities in different settings. Developing platforms and avenues where all children including children with disabilities can come together and work should be an aim to promote an inclusive society. The Peace Gong aims to be such a platform where we,together with children with disabilities, bring out a Braille edition of the newspaper and also have initiated a music band having children with different abilities. 

 

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May 2016 

The teenage years are typically a period of experimentation, regardless of parenting skills and influence. Cannabis is the most common illegal drug used by teenagers, with around one in five having tried it at least once. There is no way to guarantee your child will never take drugs, but you can reduce the possibility of your teenager experiencing drug problems in a number of ways…

 

This Issue focuses on Drugs and Youth. 

 

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October 2016 

This issue is dedicated to all those words written for peace,to all those hearts that stopped beating due to bullets, to all those widows whose lives lost colour because of violence, to all those child soldiers who never saw the beauty of life and to the lost forests, water-bodies, biodiversity, language — in short, the environment that bears the brunt of our raging battles.

 

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October 2014 

We often say “Children are the future nation builders.” To become good nation builders, the children have to be given the right education – and that includes education on democratic participation by the young. That’s how children can contribute to strengthen the democratic processes…

 

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February 2015 

Feb 2015

Responsive care-giving and nurturing, balanced nutrition, and safe environment are important for children to live, learn, grow, and develop to their full potential.

This issue of Peace Gong Focuses On Child Health.

 

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May 2014 

Feb 2015

The carpet in your living room could have been woven by a child earning a wage well below the legal minimum wage in his country. Every child is our own and every time a child is abused, it is humanity that is abused; the humanity that still comprises of few individuals who want to make this world a better place, the humanity that seeks to protect the young saplings of today from turning into wilted flowers of tomorrow…

 

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December 2013 

Each of us is a deep rooted activist who is ready to be the harbinger of change. As said by our beloved MAHATMA, “Be the CHANGE you wish to see in the world”. 150 million around the world don’t want the latest gadgets; all they want is a pen. Small hands can handle a pen better. Lend your support to abolish and end violence of all kinds against children. Read more in this e-newsletter on child. 

 

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November 2013 

Skills are a necessity in the present world of competition. Skills instill confidence in an individual. Skills once mastered will never die. Read the perspectives of Peace Gong reporters in the issue on skill education…

 

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October 2013 

This issue on the post 2015 development agenda is being published in association with the UN Volunteers, International Association for Volunteer Effort, Anant Vikas Trust and PIDT.

 

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May 2013 

The International Day of Non-violence (October 2) inspired this peace supplement and is published in association with the Rehabilitation Council of India, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India.

 

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September 2012 

This inaugural issue is being published in association with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN.

 

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october 2011 

This Special Issue on disability is published in association with the Rehabilitation council of India, Ministry of Social justice and empowerment, Govt. Of India.

 

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September 2012 

This Special Issue on Volunteerism is published in association with the United Nations Volunteers and Anant Vikas Trust

 

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April 2012 

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