Learning to Live Together
The scheme of the National Learn to Live together Camps, was started in 1971.
The Learn to Live Together camps are conducted with specific goals.
That young people will make friends with each other and thus become aware of
basic likeness and grow to appreciate differences.
That participants will acquire an active desire for national integration
which will motivate them to work for its furtherance.
That individuals will develop personalities that are free from the barriers of prejudice.
To foster an idea that India is one nation and that it belongs to every Indian,
irrespective of caste, creed or colour.
To familiarise children with the diverse perspective of India's composite culture and
civilization and provide an effective forum for cultivated exchange.
To undertake all such activities as would eradicate communalism in all its form and to take such steps as would directly promote the cause of national integration.
ICCW organises National Learn to Live Together Camp every year.
Six school- going children (3 boys & 3 girls from lower income group and slum areas
in the age group of 10-14 years including two differently abled with two escorts)
are invited from each State/Union Territory Council & Institutional Members.
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