11th of May will grow up in Kopecky in Pilsen Park before West Bohemian Museum of the original panel outdoor exhibition. The exhibition introduces international educational project La Ngonpo in which to engage almost 2 tens of Czech and Indian schools. 12-16year old students from remote parts of the world finding out how much life is different in developing countries and Central Europe. The exhibition runs until 25 May, while its opening is held on Wednesday 16th of May, which will support the project also organized a concert in Pilsen Gross of Poitín and Cheers! From 20h in the Buena Vista Club. More information is available in czech language.
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Czech bands Toxique and Lanugo will get off on 4th of June at Lucerna Music Bar to support of the international educational project La Ngonpo. Internet partnership of Czech and Indian schools culminates this year, not to engage him almost 2 tens of schools in both remote places around the globe.12-16 years old students detected how different life in developing countries and Central Europe. The Lucerna Music Bar will be held a concert favorite bands in addition and also the original opening of a traveling exhibition devoted to this project. The exhibition, visitors can see from 1st of June to 22th of June under the open sky on Wenceslas Square in Prague under the horse. More information is available in czech language.
Do you consider the model Helena Houdova, hockey player Jaromir Jagr, ex-president Vaclav Havel, former child soldier Ishmael Beah Sierra Leone or the Indian steel magnate Lakshmi Niwas Mittal as heroes? And for what reason? At the same time, however, the two distant parts of the world, India and the Czech Republic, discuss of this topic 12-16year old students. Their schools is created website within the educational partnership La Ngonpo project, which aims to bring Czech children living in developing countries and the Indian Central students again. More information is available in czech language.
Teacher Zuzana Kruťová was as a volunteer in India last summer. She taught students at the elementary school and showed teachers how to teach differently, in a more funny way. She interpreted her experience and expertise in her students in September when she returned to Czech Republic. The whole class got so excited about learning about children in India so that they together decided to join a partnership project.
Piotr Rosolowski, polish cinematographer and documentary filmmaker nominated for an Oscar for documentary film Rabbit a la Berlin in 2010, will be in Brno shoot time-lapse documentary about the life of students from Republic and India. At the same time, will also film a four-day workshop for selected students eighth and ninth grade school in Brno Tyršovy how to work with the camera, writing scripts and shooting their own short films. More information is available in czech language.