World Comics Network - Pakistan a group who love peace and comics. Yes Comics! You must be thinking what is the connection between peace and comics? The bond between two is the grassroots approach introduced by World Comics to Pakistan. A numbers of activists, students, teachers and artists have already tried this tool called Grassroots Comics in
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Thursday, August 18, 2011
The second workshop of the series 'Being a Girl in Karachi' was organised successfully on 14th july 2011 at Mauripur when Karachi city was burning. Hats off to Ms.Pauline John who conducted this workshop and all the girls who participated bravely. Workshop was organsied in collaboration with Future in our Hands.
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I first met Nida Shams when I signed up for the Grassroots Comics workshop held in my university last year. Little did i know that this workshop will change my life completely. I always been horrible at drawing, and i always wanted to draw, Comics Power, gave me the opportunity to draw all the while expressing myself. For more
Monday, July 11, 2011
Geeta, Asha and Pauline after attending a comics workshop at Maripur (Karachi) got inspired by the idea of Grassroots Comics. Recently all three came together and organised a comics workshop at Geeta's Beauty Parlour. Congratulations All three of you !!!!
Friday, May 20, 2011
World Comics Network - Pakistan conducted a 4 day grassroots comics workshop at the Panah shelter home from 15 - 18 March in Karachi. Around 30 homeless women living in the shelter home participated in the workshop most of them being illiterate. Wall poster comics were made on their personal life stories which included issues like early marriages, child labour, forced marriages, child abuse and divorces. The workshop was conducted by Nida Shams, Azmeena Alidina and a new set of trainers including Tehmina Qureshi, Sidra Ghufran, Nasrah Rabab and Basma Siddiqui .