After having worked for over a week with these marvellous kids, I could not help to feel that, in a sense they happen to resemble very much the puppets they created out of tree leaves and branches. That is, not necessarily in how they look alike, but rather on their traits in behaviour and their roles in the group.
Peace camp activities include drawing, painting, making puppets, learning photography basics (visual arts), acting, playing team games, discussion (local and global perspectives for example) as well as guided meditation (with music) and breathing techniques like Breath Of Peace or BOP.
Here’s some photos for you to consider ;-). Photos on Cheran and of our working team are included as well.
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