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Liv: Breaking the Cycle of Gender Violence

Liv webinar presented on 23 March by Sabrina Atwal, a project director at the Indo Canadian Women's Center. In this webinar, Atwal explores harmful cultural practices, many of which have been exported in to the diasporic Sikh communities, that lead to gendered violence. She also discusses tactics which have led to successful reduction or elimination of these practices and how to implement them. A discussion on how to end gendered violence in the diasporic Sikh community

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Guru Nanak Sahib: "1-Ness to 1-Idenity” Exhibition: Revolutionary thought and Truth

“Guru Nanak Sahib: 1-Ness to 1-Idenity” exhibition is a tribute to the commemoration of Guru Nanak Sahib’s 550th Prakash Purab (Illumination Day). Launched at the National Museum, Delhi, India, February 2020.

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