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CPA Conference on Child Poverty Child Poverty in Austere Times – The Rights of the Child Mairéad McCafferty Chief Executive 24 May 2016.

the adequacy and effectiveness of law, practice and services – again in line with NICCY’s legislative remit. Child Poverty “Poverty is the worst form of violence.” Mahatma Gandhi “Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity, it is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life.” Nelson Mandela “Poverty is the worst form of violence.” ― Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi “Poverty is the worst form of violence.” ― Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi


9/8/20151 The Canonical Gospels. 9/8/20152 Overview Each writer of the canonical Gospels paints a different portrait of Jesus based upon how his community.

, Director, Actor, and Screenplay. Gandhi returns in 1915 to an India he feels that he barely knows anymore, he shocks those gathered to welcome him as he gets off the ship by wearing the simple clothing of an Indian peasant, a practice he continues for the rest of life. Watching the movie give some insight into three aspects of India’s history that shape its current/


Mohandas K. (Mahatma) Gandhi 1869-1948 Wedding Day Gandhi and wife, Kasturba.

languish in prison or meet an untimely end through hanging. The objection is not valid. History shows that all reforms have begun with one person. GANDHI -- Truth unifies all humankind -- Love, not violence, is the proper relation among people -- Satyagraha is strength -- soul-force – and not weakness -- The life of a satyagrahi: -- living simply, in accordance with needs, in tranquility -- does not fear death/


India “Truth alone triumphs”. Contents India in the New Millennium Great Indians Quotes on India Civilized Past Indian Philosophy Sights of India The.

is not a relationship of nations. It is a condition of mind brought about by a serenity of soul. Peace is not merely the absence of war. It is also a state of mind. Lasting peace can come only to peaceful people." First Prime Minister of Independent India, lead the freedom struggle along with Mahatma Gandhi. One of the distinguished statesmen of the world. The architect of modern India, framed policies/


Chapter 3 Ancestors and Neighbors Social Constructions of Gender at Other Times, in Other Places.

of its monasteries. –The power of literacy and illiterate population allowed the church to become the center of knowledge and its view of life/of women Education and literacy helped make women better wives and mothers Political leaders –Mahatma Gandhi called for social justice for women –Jawaharlal Nehru secured the right to inherit, divorce, and vote for women –Indira Gandhi/58 Western History and Gender roles The Greek City-States –Greek literature is full of references to the matriarchal society of female /


Muhammad (peace be upon him) Mercy to Mankind

that won a place for Islam in those days in the scheme of life.” MAHATMA GANDHI, says in ‘Young India’.. "It was the rigid simplicity, the utter self-effacement of the Prophet the scrupulous regard for pledges, his intrepidity, his fearlessness,/ is better. It depends on piety and righteousness. SOME ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES Oneness of Messengers and the Message: Muslims believe that God sent different messengers throughout the history of mankind. All came with the same message and the same teachings. Muslims /


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percent of the population is literate. Cont… History Civilization /Mahatma Gandhi where he lived and worked towards the independence movement. It is also one of the important places for Ayurveda practices. Besides this it is one of/of life, quality of the environment, level of crime, availability of essential social services, as well as religious and spiritual aspects of life. PROJECT OVERVIEW  To deal with the social welfare of this city steeped in tradition and superstition with the influx of millions of/


“Be the Change You Wish to See” Tracing the history of civic engagement and nonviolent social change across cultures over the last century. Presenters:

“Be the Change You Wish to See” Tracing the history of civic engagement and nonviolent social change across cultures over the last century. Presenters: Ketan U. Kharod/make that difference. It means promoting the quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes.” Non-Violence, Civic Engagement and Culture Non-Violent Social Change Across Cultures Cesar Chavez Martin Luther King, Jr. Arab Spring Cesar Chavez Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi – Milestones & Lessons Born Oct. 2, /


Maisie O’Meara World History To Block or Not to Block?  Bono  Fav’s  Blocked  Oprah Winfrey  Fav’s  Blocked.

s” list. Mahatma GandhiMahatma Gandhi and Bono have several obvious similarities. He was very focused on spiritual and religious aspects of life, as is Bono. Gandhi is a very generous person, just like Bono, and both would definitely prefer peace over violence. Therefore, Gandhi would be a/Martin if he were ever to call. Adolph Hitler  Adolph Hitler was one of the most evil men in history. He had no concern for the wellness of others and did not have problems with causing people severe harm and pain. /


Muhammad (peace be upon him) & His Message - Mercy to Mankind In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful Dr. Abdulazeez Abdulraheem www.understandQuran.com.

of life.” MAHATMA GANDHI, says in ‘Young India’.. "It was the rigid simplicity, the utter self-effacement of the Prophet the scrupulous regard for pledges, his intrepidity, his fearlessness, his absolute trust in God and in his own mission….” MAHATMA GANDHI,/ better. It depends on piety and righteousness. SOME ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES –Oneness of Messengers and the Message: –Muslims believe that God sent different messengers throughout the history of mankind. –All came with the same message and the same teachings./


Muhammad (peace be upon him) & His Message - Mercy to Mankind In the name of Allah, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful Dr. Abdulazeez Abdulraheem www.understandQuran.com.

of life.” MAHATMA GANDHI, says in ‘Young India’.. "It was the rigid simplicity, the utter self-effacement of the Prophet the scrupulous regard for pledges, his intrepidity, his fearlessness, his absolute trust in God and in his own mission….” MAHATMA GANDHI,/ better. It depends on piety and righteousness. SOME ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES –Oneness of Messengers and the Message: –Muslims believe that God sent different messengers throughout the history of mankind. –All came with the same message and the same teachings./


Global History & Geography

lead a good life (as in their thoughts and behavior) in order to keep moving towards perfection 70 Hindu direct influence on politics one leader of India: Mahatma Gandhi Born Oct. 2, 1869, Porbandar, India Gandhi was spiritual and political leaders of the 1900s. /religion. They believe in more than one god. 117 Shinto Japanese people worship all the deities of heaven and earth origin is as old as the history of the Japanese. It replaced Buddhism for many because Shinto was Japanese – Buddhism was not! 118 /


Chapter 7 The Story of Hinduism

. It has no founder and no fixed doctrines. The History of Hinduism Hinduism is one of the oldest religions in the world. It can be described/Gandhi simplified his life with plain clothing and few possessions, and practiced vegetarianism all his life—reflecting the principle of doing no harm. In January 1948, a Hindu extremist who was outraged by Gandhi’s position on religious tolerance shot and killed him. Nearly 3 million people took part in his funeral procession. He was given the nickname “Mahatma/


New Delhi is the capital and the third largest city of India. Delhi, unwinds a picture rich with culture, architecture and human diversity, deep in history,

site, as well as a powerful symbol of Indias sovereignty. It also showcases the very high level of art form and ornamental work.The walls of the fort are smoothly dressed. Gandhi Smriti formerly known as Birla House or Birla Bhavan, is a museum dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi.The museum in the building houses a number of articles associated with Gandhis life and death. Visitors can tour the building/


The Story of Hinduism. Hinduism in Canada The world is home to over 900 million Hindus. Most live in India, but large numbers live in Nepal, Bangladesh,

. – It has no founder and no fixed doctrines. The History of Hinduism Hinduism is one of the oldest religions in the world. It can be described as/Gandhi simplified his life with plain clothing and few possessions, and practiced vegetarianism all his life—reflecting the principle of doing no harm. In January 1948, a Hindu extremist who was outraged by Gandhi’s position on religious tolerance shot and killed him. Nearly 3 million people took part in his funeral procession. He was given the nickname “Mahatma/


What is a HERO?. Anglo-Saxon war society was based on an ancient Viking heroic code. This code implied a set of values which stressed on the valor of.

days after the Civil War ended. Abraham Lincoln “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Mahatma Gandhi devoted most of his adult life to non-violent protest against racial and political injustice. He was imprisoned several times due to civil/ rights activist for most of his adult life. His efforts led to the 1963 March on Washington, where he delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech. The speech established his reputation as one of the greatest public speakers in American history. King was the youngest/


Circle of Courage Donna Nikiforuk Feb. 26, 2013. What is Circle of Courage? a model of youth empowerment supported by contemporary research and Native.

friendly, kind and helpful Throughout aboriginal history, the tribe, not the nuclear family ensured the survival of the culture. Elephant and Dog Story/(Responsibility) Wolf: Independence (Responsibility) Salmon: Generosity (Respect)  “Giver of Life” Salmon: Generosity (Respect)  “Giver of Life” What is the most influential thing a teacher can do? Be a / worldBe the change you want to see in the world  Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi How do your children see you reacting to others? –If they/


Martin Luther King, Jr. was an African- American clergyman who advocated social change through non-violent means. A powerful speaker and a man of great.

, using nonviolent methods following the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi.2 King is often presented as a heroic leader in the history of modern American liberalism.3clergymanAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement1civil rights nonviolent Mahatma Gandhi2modern American liberalism3 A Baptist minister, /, then Magdeburg in 1497, where he attended a school operated by a lay group called the Brethren of the Common Life, and Eisenach in 1498.12 The three schools focused on the so-called "trivium": grammar, rhetoric,/


Muhammad (peace be upon him) as a Model of Islamic Leadership

history than MUHAMMAD? MAHATMA GANDHI, says in ‘Young India’.. "I wanted to know the best of one who holds todays undisputed sway over the hearts of millions of mankind.. I became more than convinced that it was not the sword that won a place for Islam in those days in the scheme of life.” MAHATMA GANDHI/, says in ‘Young India’.. "It was the rigid simplicity, the utter self-effacement of the Prophet the scrupulous regard for pledges, his /


The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated -Mahatma Gandhi.

animals are treated -Mahatma Gandhi The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated -Mahatma Gandhi Americans love their pets There are 163,000,000 companion cats and dogs in the United States Over 50% of dog owners are/nor human-grade What is in pet food? Just look at the FDAs list of contaminants: Contrary to the image of safe, healthy food, the Pet Food Industry has a long history of recalls due to contaminated products Where will it all end? The FDA has /


Modern Thought.

brother Barin was sentenced to life in the Andaman Islands, off the east coast of India. Since he was /Gandhi gave too many concessions to Pakistan to appease them and prevent partition. On 30 January, 1948, he was shot by an assassin. Legacy of Mahatma Gandhi Gandhi’s philosophy of/of Gandhi, my scepticism concerning the power of love gradually diminished and I came to see for the first time its potency in the area of social reform. … Gandhi was probably the first person in history to lift the love ethic of/


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orders and began issuing Jews visas to Shanghai, China. These lifesaving documents allowed thousands of Jews to leave Austria and escape death. Dr. Feng Shan Ho A True Life Saver September 10, 1901 - September 28, 1997 11 Vera Ellen Wang is an/.gov/about.html Slide 7-N/A Slide 8- http:/www.uic.edu/depts/owa/history/liliuokalani.html Slide 9-http://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/mahatma-gandhi-55.php Slide 10-http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/asian-american/notables.htm Slide 11-http/


India UNIT 5. HISTORY Mid 1700’s – Became a British colony Positive: Abolished slavery Improved schools Built a large railway network.

back to India HISTORY An Indian law student who studied in GB. While in GB he learned of democracy and individual rights that British citizens had but Indians did not. Mahatma – Nickname given to Gandhi. It means Great Soul. GANDHI Non-violent resistance/ agriculture 4. Consumer goods industries – helplines, telemarketing, have added jobs 5. Literacy rate: 1950 – 15%, today – 50% 6. Life expectancy – 1950 – 32, today – 60 IN CASE YOU FORGOT…. CITIES 1. Many Indian cities are changing their names to drop the/


World History Humanities Heather Schwagmeier 2 nd Semester– May 20, 2005.

, they were determined, and they were ready to fight. Mahatma Karamchand Gandhi was a man of phenomenal wisdom and logic; he had an undeniable sense of justice, he knew how to win devoted loyalty, and he always had an answer—even when it was silence. He exercised all of these qualities throughout his life’s work of providing freedom and justice to the Indian people. (continued on/


The King of the North: Embracing World Religions.

, Mother Teresa worships before a statue of Buddha in a ceremony of thanksgiving for the 25th anniversary of the Missionaries of Charity. Mother Teresa praying at the tomb of Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi. John Paul II kneeling and praying at the tomb of Gandhi in New Delhi in 1986. "Today as a pilgrim of peace, I have come here to pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi, hero of humanity." he said. http://www/


Golda Meir was one of the founders of the State of Israel. Meir served as the fourth Prime Minister of Israel from 1969 to 1974. As the BBC put it, Golda.

and the first Prime Minister of Independent India. A young Indira Nehru and Mahatma Gandhi, during one of the latters fasts Indira and Mahatma Gandhi circa the 1930s Benazir Bhutto / of the House, Pelosi ranked second in the line of presidential succession, following Vice President Dick Cheney. She was hence the highest-ranking woman in the history of / eight-day mission was accomplished in 127 orbits of the Earth, and included 44 Japanese and U.S. life science and materials processing experiments. Dr. Mae /


India in The 20 th Century. Powerful empires ruled India for much of its history. The first was the Mughal Empire. Established in 1526 and led by Babur.

by many religious practices in India. Traditional Indian life was threatened due to British superiority. Policies and /of the movement. The Indian National Congress  1905  partition of Bengal based on religions and languages.  1906  creation of the Muslim League. The Muslim League GANDHI Great Soul Vaishya education Mohandas Gandhi, often called the Mahatma/ Gandhi MOHANDAS GANDHI Passive Resistance ? Can you think of any other great leaders in Modern History that have followed Gandhi’s strategy of /


Nationalism Around The World Mr. Ermer World History Honors Miami Beach Senior High.

active in Indian Self-Rule Movement Called Mahatma, or “Great Soul” Called Mahatma, or “Great Soul” Used civil disobedience to reach goal Used civil disobedience to reach goal Indian National Congress fights for freedom Indian National Congress fights for freedom Motilal Nehru is leader of INC Motilal Nehru is leader of INC Gandhi=Hindu, traditional, Indian Gandhi=Hindu, traditional, Indian Nehru=Secular, modern, Western Nehru=Secular/


His life history MARTIN LUTHER KING.  Michael king jr. Was born in january 15,1929 Atlanta,Georgia,US BORN.

his life history MARTIN LUTHER KING  Michael king jr. Was born in january 15,1929 Atlanta,Georgia,US BORN Martin Luther king died on April 4,1968 (aged 39) Memphis,/- violence. [20] Rustin served as Kings main advisor and mentor throughout his early activism. [21]Bayard Rustin [19]Christian pacifismJourney of Reconciliation [20] [21]  Inspired by Mahatma Gandhis success with non-violent activism, King had "for a long time...wanted to take a trip to India". [22] With assistance from the Quaker group the /


ADVENT OF ISLAM Muhammad (pbuh) A.S. Hashim, MD. How is Muhammad viewed? Muhammad as viewed: 1. By the Holy Quran 2. By Imam Ali 3. By Fatima 4. By Imam.

of human virtues; the honor of the Prophet has never transgressed the measure of human virtues; and his living precepts have restrained the gratitude of his disciples within the bounds of reason and religion." and his living precepts have restrained the gratitude of his disciples within the bounds of reason and religion." IN ONE GOD, AND MAHOMET, AN APOSTLE OF GOD (HISTORY OF/days in the scheme of life. MAHATMA GANDHI Continues It was the rigid simplicity, the utter self- effacement of the Prophet, the /


India in The 20 th Century. Powerful empires ruled India for much of its history. The first was the Mughal Empire. Established in 1526 and led by Babur.

not abide by many religious practices in India. Traditional Indian life was threatened due to British superiority. Policies and Regulation At /of the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League defined a fine line between the two major religions and their views. GANDHI Great Soul Vaishya education Mohandas Gandhi, often called the Mahatma/whole world blind"... Gandhi Passive Resistance ? Can you think of any other great leaders in Modern History that have followed Gandhi’s strategy of Passive Resistance ?/


Bell Ringer 2/6/2012 FEBRUARY is Black History Month… 1. What is the purpose of Black History Month? 2. Do you feel it should exist? Why or why not? 3.

History Month… 1. What is the purpose of Black History Month? 2. Do you feel it should exist? Why or why not? 3. Write something you know already about the Civil Rights Movement 4. Write something you’d like to know more about A look ahead… Each week we will: Study an aspect of/its whole weight." Roots of the Idea Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi  Led India’s /life. Gandhi’s Satyagraha What does Gandhi say to those who warn of the threat of anarchy? Gandhi’s Satyagraha Civil disobedience is an inherent right of/


India. India l 1/3 the size of the United States l Population: 1.13 billion (800/sq. mi.)—doubled in past 30 years l Life expectancy: 62.4 yrs. (33% of.

of subcontinent in British hands l 1857--Sepoy mutiny, Britain assumes direct control in 1858. The cursed Enfield rifle and its cow and pig grease! l Less than 100,000 British rule 300 Million Indians—fuel for sociologists like Spencer Modern Indian History l 1885: Indian National Congress formed, orignally loyal but wanted more representation. 1906—endorsed swaraj (independence). l Mahatma Gandhi/ masses clinging to old way of life l 56-63% vote in elections, candidates use TV and pictures (even appear /


“A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new; when an age ends; and when the soul of a nation long suppressed.

from the mid-1950s through the mid- 1970s was the age of African independence It was the first time in history that the end of empire had been associated with the mobilization of the masses around a nationalist ideology It was more comparable to/life Gandhi’s appeal to many Indians transformed the INC into a mass organization He was called the Mahatma, the Great Soul But Gandhi did not call for social revolution rather he sought the moral transformation of individuals E. Napp He worked to raise the status of/


Bell Ringer 2/6/2012 FEBRUARY is Black History Month… 1. What is the purpose of Black History Month? 2. Do you feel it should exist? Why or why not? 3.

History Month… 1. What is the purpose of Black History Month? 2. Do you feel it should exist? Why or why not? 3. Write something you know already about the Civil Rights Movement 4. Write something you’d like to know more about A look ahead… Each week we will: Study an aspect of/its whole weight." Roots of the Idea Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi  Led India’s /life. Gandhi’s Satyagraha What does Gandhi say to those who warn of the threat of anarchy? Gandhi’s Satyagraha Civil disobedience is an inherent right of/


Journal 1: List three things you know about Asia. What do you know about Gandhi, India, and the Caste System? December 7 and 8 The students will examine,

Company and begins colonizing India’s History Under British rule until Mohandas Gandhi peacefully fought for independence – called for civil disobedience using four methods 1.Passive Resistance: nonviolence noncooperation 2. Civil Disobedience: refuse to obey unjust laws 3. Economic Boycott: don’t purchase British goods. Buy Indian goods instead 4. Dandi Salt March: protest tax on salt Mahatma Gandhi Born in India 1869. Most/


HISTORICAL UNDERSTANDINGS Factory Shoals Middle School Mr. L Smith Mr. L Smith Gandhi’s Impact Gandhi’s Impact.

lived a very simple life, and he became widely known and admired, his followers began to call him Mahatma, or the “Great Soul.” 7. It was the awful massacre of Indians by the British at the temple of Amritsar that spurred Gandhi to real action /one area to another. 24. Gandhi is one of the most important individuals in the story of Indian nationalism. 25. He saw Indian nationalism as consisting of many things – history, art, language, literature, customs, and religion. 26. In spite of all he tried to do,/


HUMAN GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH ASIA Cultures of South Asia The three main ideas of Hinduism are reincarnation, dharma, and karma –Reincarnation— rebirth of.

Ocean – Maldives. Brief History of South Asia Ancient Times – Hinduism and Islam, caste system, several huge empires in region. British Rule – Britain ruled all of South Asia from 1776 to 1948. “British East India Company” controlled almost all commerce. 1947 - Independence and Partition – British freed and divided region into India (mostly Hindu) and Pakistan (mostly Muslim). Influenced heavily by Mahatma Gandhi. To avoid civil war/


NATURE CURE.

medical school and library of Alexandria is founded. Naturopathy “Life is short; the /of Nature cure based on the following three principles: Accumulation of morbid matter Abnormal composition of blood and lymph  Lowered vitality  "Nature Cure is so simple easy and cheap "Nature Cure is so simple easy and cheap.....this system of treatment should be used." -Mahatma Gandhi/history, deserve to be inscribed in the hearts of every one use : “The human body is such a complex machine that our present knowledge of/


Burning Bridges: What History Has Taught Us About Civil Rights

of segregation of the nonwhite population; any system or practice that separates people according to race, caste, etc. The history of Apartheid in South Africa (Student Copies) Mahatma Gandhi and Nonviolent Resistance (Student Copies) Split class in half and have student groups explore the struggles of/a nonfiction text and how it compares to that found in literary text such as poetry. In Chapter 5, “Life Is but a Vapor,” as an example and have students determine what the author means by using this metaphor./


UNIT FOCUS: The focus of this unit begins with the geographic location of political and physical features that have had a major influence on the history,

history of Asia they will be able to compare and contrast the modern governments of India, China, and Japan using the concept of governance. UNIT 6 ASIA Geography – History /abundance of tea, gemstones, and other resources in addition to a large population that the British could market their goods. Mohandas Gandhi given the title Mahatma (Great/ a triumph of human will. To Gandhis disappointment, however, the country was split into Hindu India and Muslim Pakistan. The last two months of his life were spent/


S OME P RINCIPLES OF A UTOBIOGRAPHY Krishna Barua Professor Dept.of Humanities & Social Sciences Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati.

life with coffee spoons; At all times the autobiographer means to express a personal truth, and it is this intention that produces results different from fiction. “ Truth is the most valuable thing that we have. Let us economize it." Mark Twain Mahatma Gandhi’s An Autobiography :The Story of my Experiments with Truth. interpretation and reconstructions of truth as a series of negotiations of/Various factors determine that character: sense of self, of place, of history, of motives for writing. We must /


Focusing on the practice of civil resistance between 1920 and 1931.

suppression of even more civil liberties Needed time to rethink and regroup Gandhi’s calling off the movement 1922 Subhas Chandra Bose (Gandhi’s biggest rival for leadership of Congress in 1930) said of Gandhi’s decision; “the Mahatma opens a/like Azad. – a deterrent Bhagat Singh Family history of involvement in revolutionary activities against the British Raj Quickly rose through ranks of the Hindu Republican Association. Gained support (but not of Gandhi- Singh bitter about this, self-sacrifice and /


The Principles of Peace The Centrality of Marriage and Family U P F.

-centred Family & Society Self-centred Family & Society False Parents False Love False Life False Lineage Evil, selfish purpose Evil, selfish purpose Selfish viewpoint Irresponsible Exploiting others Multiplying/history the ways of truth and love have always won. Mahatma Gandhi When I despair, I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. Mahatma Gandhi 61 Jesus did not condemn any of his enemies. His power was the power of love. Sun Myung Moon Jesus did not condemn any of/


All students are capable of getting a 3 out of a 5 on the thematic and DBQ essay addressing the task and developing a well -organized essay which provides.

MC questions) and your knowledge of global history and geography Backgroundexamples The only constant is change. Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mahatma Gandhi “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can /, sometimes turning points are connections, interactions or accidents which forever create major impacts on the fate of civilizations, people’s way of life or historical developments. They are sometimes determined by groups, empires, or by just individuals. As /


Over 1.2 billion people–more than one-fifth of the world’s population– live in South Asia. The people of the region speak hundreds of languages and practice.

Sea as well as its largest city, has a population of more than 15 million. Section 2-1 History and Government Explain where South Asia’s first civilization developed. Name/ Mohandas Gandhi began an opposition movement based on nonviolent resistance. He worked to end the rigid social system and became known as Mahatma, or “Great Soul.” Gandhi born / Through himself into the struggle of Indian Independence He believed most leaders could not relate to the masses Gandhi adopted the life of the poor. He lived in/


South Asian History Changes over Time Indus Valley Civilization Existed on the subcontinent around 2500 BC (same time as Mesopotamia & Egypt) Existed.

History Changes over Time Indus Valley Civilization Existed on the subcontinent around 2500 BC (same time as Mesopotamia & Egypt) Existed on the subcontinent around 2500 BC (same time as Mesopotamia & Egypt) Ruins of Ancient Cities: Harappa and Mohendra- Daro Ruins of/& spiritual leader in achieving independence for India was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi—The Mahatma (The Great Soul).  Born in 1869  He is honored by people as the father of their nation  Life was guided by a search for the truth that could be/


History AnAreaOfKnowledge. A Predicament Imagine waking up one morning to discover that you have lost your memory. After a few minutes of blind panic,

choice, rate the historical significance of the following events. Using any criteria of your choice, rate the historical significance of the following events. Publication of Charles Darwin’s The Origin of the Species in 1859 Publication of Charles Darwin’s The Origin of the Species in 1859 Your last TOK class Your last TOK class The assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948 The assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948 The 1930 soccer World/


Five Fav’s World History Honors Maisie O’Meara To Block or Not to Block? Mother Teresa – Fav’s – Blocked Jane Addams – Fav’s – Blocked.

Addams would definitely be on Mother Teresa’s “five fav’s” list. Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Ghandi could almost be considered a man version of Mother Teresa. He was very focused on spiritual and religious aspects of life, as was she. They were both very generous people who would definitely /others to try and help out those in need. If these two women had been living at the same time period in history, there is a good chance that they would have been friends. Hence, it is likely that Mother Teresa would be on /


World History : Grade 12.  Viramgam 1915  Rowlatt Satyagraha  Rowlatt Bill/Act  General Hartal Protest  Amritsar Massacre  General Dyer  Chauri.

ArbBloU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sCs ArbBloU  The period of the Second World War saw the peak of the campaigns by the Quit India movement (led by "Mahatma" Gandhi)  The Indian National Army (INA) movement (led by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose) and others, eventually resulting in the withdrawal of the British.  1947 – Independence  Gandhi is assassinated 1948 (78)  Write a 2 page (double spaced/


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