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Peace Channel organizes summer camp

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/8/2018 12:39:24 AM IST
Peace Channel (PC), Dimapur organized its 4th summer camp at DBIDL Hall, Don Bosco campus, Dimapur from July 2 to 4, under the theme, “transformed by peace to transform the world,” in collaboration with NEI-Action Desk-NCCI and DAN. 
A press release from PC Desk stated that peace activist, Garrol Lotha stressed on the need of peer mediation in the school setting which would help the students resolve issues among themselves. 
Peace activist, Patrick Tungoe also elucidated on being a mediator saying that one should always try to get both sides of the story, set ground rules, understand the feelings of both-sides, brainstorm solutions, compromising to reach an agreement and then signing an agreement. 
Liangamang Robert stated that leadership could also be a source of violence and conflict. He also mentioned that the characteristics of leadership meant being calm, confident, courageous and consistent. 
Kishor Das stated that human rights were essentially an integral part of human life since the possession of these rights distinguished human beings from other living beings.  
The three-day summer camp included peace activities through music, peace concert, talent hunt, peace anthem competition, meditation, inner peace, emotion management skills session, peer mediation, peace celebration and icebreaking games, group activities. Altogether 120 students along with 8 teachers’ animators from different institutions participated in the program. 
V. Shitovi Sema, coordinator- NEI-Action Desk-NCCI (National Council of Churches in India) was the guest of honour for the valedictory function. While addressing the participants he spoke on the theme of the camp, “Transformed by Peace to transform the World”. The program concluded with an evaluation and action plan for peace activities in institutions. 

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