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The Art Project

Charles TeachingThe Children’s Art Project began in Sri Lanka when the children of tsunami survivors were offered opportunities to communicate their feelings and responses through drawing. This method was effective throughout the communities where it was employed. It opened children to give voice to their own needs and concerns and involved the whole community in sharing which often has led to more adults coming forward in light of their own needs.
  • Currently Compassionate Response is exploring a collaboration with Intercultural Journeys which seeks to promote understanding among people of diverse cultures through dialogue and the presentation of world-class performances in music, poetry and other art forms.

  • Through participation in and support of the Bali Institute for Global Renewal which seeks to inspire, engage and empower individual and collective initiatives that generate a more humane, peaceful and sustainable future for our shared planet, Compassionate Response continues to make opportunities available to those committed in participating in the process of global healing and peace.