Hamarung

Hama-Rang is an initiative to promote diversity and discourage ethnocentrism by engaging members of different communities living in Karachi. Karachi is a city where different communities live. This program will help the community members to come together and celebrate the diversity.

 

Purpose:

  • To engage students/activists from all the communities.
  • To provide platform for activists to promote their culture and understanding
  • To create content promoting tolerance, co-existence and culture relativism.
  • To explore different cultures, languages and customs
  • To celebrate diversity, discourage ethnocentrism and break the stereotypes.

 

Participants:

There would be around 25 participants from different ethnic and religious backgrounds are gathering to share, learn and reflect their ideas to transform conflicts and ensure peaceful co-existence in Karachi and beyond.

 

Program:

Friday 12th June: Day 1

Time Activities
4pm Orientation/Ice Breaker by Amno Amaan
4:30pm Teaming/Tasks by Amno Amaan
5:00pm Theatre Rehearsal by Khurram Ali
7:00pm Musical Performance by Hannan
8 pm Dinner

 

Saturday 13th June: Day 2

Time Activities
10 am Team Projects and Discussion
12 pm Movie Screening (Remember The Titans)
2 pm Lunch
3 pm Workshop on Ethnic Diversity by Akhtar Baloch
4 pm Diversity Tour of Different Places in Karachi
8 pm Dinner

 

Sunday 14th June: Day 3

Time Activities
10 am A Tribute to Martyrs (Karachi Martyrs in 2015)
2 pm Lunch
3 pm Theatre Performance
5 pm Local Games
7 pm Breakout Session (Follow-up Ideas, sharing and closing discussion)
8 pm Dinner & Departure

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