The Journey of Expressive Arts in Conflict Areas

Watch the presentation here.

The presentation is a brief introduction to the 20 years of my work, and how I developed my expressive arts practices and techniques to address Psychosocial intervention and inclusion in conflict affected areas and communities suffering with trauma.

(Seen above: Children from ages 14 to 16 using naturally available materials to talk about their lives in a conflict area. The title given by them was called broken bridges.)

Over the years, I have been able to work in different countries, and different parts of India. This has helped evolve my work, as well as demonstrate the possibility of including different expressive mediums in post- conflict community mental health and peace initiatives.

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