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GandhiServe, a charitable foundation registered in Germany, aims to spread the ethics of nonviolence by disseminating information about and popularizing Mahatma Gandhi’s life and works.
GandhiServe Foundation hopes to help alleviate conflicts and inspire others through making available media and resources on Gandhi’s life and thoughts.
We believe firmly that Gandhi's message of truth, love and nonviolence is still relevant today. Or even more relevant than ever before, considering the ecological catastrophy we're facing, and the increase of different forms of violence in both personal and public life. The ethics of nonviolence, as practised and cultivated by Mahatma Gandhi, live on, regardless of national or political boundaries.
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Research and information service on the life and work of Mahatma Gandhi, his thoughts and the ethics of nonviolence.
In co-operation with Gandhi archives, museums and leading researchers in India and abroad.
On academic and non-academic aspects of Gandhi and his thoughts.
Accurate facts in shortest possible time.
Oral History on India's Independence Movement - video recordings.
Digitization and transcription of 25 audio interviews with relatives and associates of Mahatma Gandhi about Gandhi and India's independence movement.
Archiving and digitization of a video and film collection containing c. 100 hours of documentary film and footage material on Mahatma Gandhi.
Archiving and digitization of a photo collection containing c. 10,500 photographs of Mahatma Gandhi and India's independence movement.
Acquisition and conservation of original material on and by Mahatma Gandhi and India's independence movement.
Archiving and digitization of 747 letters - c. 3,000 pages - of Mahatma Gandhi's correspondence with Europeans and others.
Digitization and transcription of two audio tapes containing programmes of the Indian underground radio (Congress Radio) of 1942.
Production of an audio visual programme A Journey Across India Following The Footprints Of Mahatma Gandhi.
Translation, interpretation and digitization of the family tree of Mahatma Gandhi containing over 1,500 members.
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I'm amazed to see how Ghandi Foundation is interested in Education which is my main target in my activism and at the same time one of the statements of Ghandi is part of my signature for all my emails. Keep on doing a good job and happy new year 09
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