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The anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition is yet another occasion to reflect on  building an inclusive society. We reprint an article by Sohail Hashmi.

Music and women, both deemed impure by the Taliban, now come together in Farhad Darya's shows.

Series# 2: Performance as politics!

Nov 9: Natak Jari Hai -- The play goes on (Lalit Vachani, 2005, 84 min)

The Occupy Wall St movement makes John Carpenter's They Live (1988) seem uncannily prescient...

Open Space was privileged to showcase the cartoons of the late Abu Abraham. An accompanying essay and a comment...

Non-violence is a carefully thought-out strategy that can leave dictatorships on their knees – ask the readers of Gene Sharp’s books.

When Aung San Suu Kyi was released from 15 years of house arrest by the Burmese government, on November 13, 2010, every conceivable media source carried the news.

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Open Space is a social network for young people interested in exploring and building a more equal, sustainable and inclusive world. OS is a forum for new ideas, expression, dialogues and learning on issues that concern young adults and their future. Share your views, articles, films and creative expressions on OS, and participate in our programmes. Open Space is an initiative of the Centre for Communication and Development Studies, which also manages India’s leading resource base on social justice and development issues www.infochangeindia.org.

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