Dialogue

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  1. Inhale Peace, Exhale Crime

    Along the activity-filled lanes of resettlement colonies in Delhi, the police reported a phenomenal decrease in the rates of crime and violence. Seelampur, Shadhara, Gokulpuri, Nand Nagri, Jafarabad, were once the hub of criminal activities including juve ...
  2. A Call to End the Caste War

    Bihar, India Bihar, a state in India with a rich heritage and abundant natural resources, has been reeling from caste wars, social divisions, and a disrupted educational system. Sri Sri has met with members of Bihar's warring factions and held dialog ...
  3. Antidote to Corruption

    You can be a part of the Art of Living's effort to root out corruption from India  Antidote to Corruption A lack of connectedness or belongingness breeds corruption in society. Read more Civil society demands an effective anti-corruption agency Read ...
  4. After violence, Arab youth experience a wave of peace

    “Six days gave 95 Arab students a chance to broaden their vision and feel that change can happen through positivity and peace rather than violence as we witnessed recently all throughout the Arab world.” This remark was made by Christian Matta, an Art of ...
  5. Quelling Communal Fire

    Godhra Riots (India, 2002) Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has been at the forefront of proactive action to foster communal harmony in India. When communal riots broke out between Hindus and Muslims in Gujarat in 2002, he not only rushed a team of volunteers to prov ...
  6. Easing Tensions in a Disputed Land

    Amarnath Land Dispute (2008) Sri Sri helped resolve religious tensions and violence that had escalated over the Amarnath land dispute in Kashmir, Northern India. Amarnath Shrine, in Muslim dominated Kashmir, is an important Hindu pilgrimage site. Yet it l ...
  7. Resolving a Deadlock Between the Government and the People

    Gujjar Protests, India Gujjars, a minority group in Rajasthan, India launched massive protests across the state that led to clashes with police, deaths, and a deadlock with the state government. Invited by the Rajasthan government, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar st ...
  8. Sri Lanka: Strengthening the foundations of dialogue and peace

    Since 2004, Sri Sri has constructively engaged with the Government of Sri Lanka, Parliamentarians and the erstwhile Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) to resolve the Sri Lankan conflict. The conclusion of the war in May 2009 saw the continuation of h ...
  9. Conflict Resolution through Dialogue

    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has devoted himself to promoting composite dialogue between conflicting parties across the world. Over the past three decades, he has opened up channels of communications and facilitated meaningful dialogue. Sri Sri has always been re ...
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