Our Vision

In an increasingly polarized world, existing in binaries, where conscious division on the basis of identity has become the norm, the Conflictorium stands for the in-between, beyond the black and white, where the shades of grey are acknowledged and celebrated for the cause of peace. In doing so, we at the Conflictorium envision ourselves as a medium that helps build bridges creatively; highlighting how social change is possible through innovation. Through this, we aim to –

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Contemporize the discourse on conflict by promoting acceptance of conflict as necessary to human refinement and promoting dialogue on contentious issues.

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Be a resource centre on ‘peace and conflict’ using art, law, culture and the behavioral sciences in an integrated way.

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Add existing knowledge on conflict and build new paradigms, while giving space to expression of innate feelings.

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Collaborate with all actors to reduce violent tension and to find creative community-led solutions to conflict.

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Build a case for informed policy which allows for community expression through artistic and cultural practice.

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Support vulnerable groups to set up a ‘Conflictorium’ in their own spaces, so that violence is reduced and differences are celebrated.

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Build an interdisciplinary team of young, creative and diverse professionals who want to make a difference to themselves and to others.

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Start making a difference from where we are located. The centre-periphery tensions need to be nurtured.

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Create a Co-laboratory where people and institutions who want to invest in peace and creative tension are welcome.

From Our Archives

 

What Our Visitors Say

 

“Conflictorium was a new experience for me. Starting with history and exploring society and in the end reaching to be humble & fearless.”

Ashwin Misra

“My experience at conflictorium has been very unique. The way conflicting point of views are portrayed & the experience created through the audiovisual installations is phenomenal.”

Tuhin Pual

“Thank you, creators of this museum. May we find justice and reconciliation. ”

Rajmohan Gandhi

“This was a wonderful experience. It made me think and has left a spark in me to spread this and use the concept with educators and school children.”

Rajesh Ranjit

“A place that talks back to me. You have captured the most difficult thought process and displayed it with such a beauty and wisdom.”

Asma Hussain

“This is one of the most unique display of arts I have ever seen. Artwork that stem water to all our senses including some of the deepest emotion Empathy. The subtleness of the concept is great. My compliments to everyone involved in this project.”

Namit Joshi

“Conflictorium was a new experience for me. Starting with history and exploring society and in the end reaching to be humble & fearless.”

– Ashwin Misra

“My experience at Conflictorium has been very unique. The way conflicting point of views are portrayed & the experience created through the audiovisual installations is phenomenal.”

– Tuhin Paul

“Thank you, creators of this museum. May we find justice and reconciliation.”

– Rajmohan Gandhi

“This was a wonderful experience. It made me think and has left a spark in me to spread this and use the concept with educators and school children.”

– Rajesh Ranjit

“A place that talks back to me. You have captured the most difficult thought process and displayed it with such a beauty and wisdom.”

– Asma Hussain

“This is one of the most unique display of art I have ever seen. Artwork that stem water to all our senses including some of the deepest emotions – Empathy. The subtlety of the concept is great. My compliments to everyone involved in this project.”

– Namit Joshi

Event

A Collaborative Project of

 

Janvikas
Centre for Social Justice
Navsarjan

Skype Id

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Call Us

079-25620747