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Gandhi

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1896 "SATYAGRAHA" Policy of passive resistance and the no-cooperation with the South African authorities. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marche_sel.jpg 1902 The power of the pacific resistance Mahatma Gandhi He organized a group of ambulances for the British Army and he led a section of the Red Cross http://www.ebay.com/itm/CA-1918-WWI-PHOTO-BRITISH-RED-CROSS-AMBULANCE-WOUNDED-/260850488749 http://www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/2042729859/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/brizzlebornandbred/2042729859/ 1910 Gandhi created the Tolstoy Farm 1914 The South African government made important concessions to demands of his, including the recognition of marriages end exemption from local taxes 1919 The South African government made important concessions to demands of his, including the recognition of marriages end exemption from local taxes FIRST WORLD WAR After of the war, the parliament passed the Rowlatt Acts , it give powers to the British authorities for fight whit the subversive activities. He failed front to British government He starting an organized camping of non-cooperation. The government agencies and the courts of law were sabotaged He began his passive resistance movement against Britain. (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Children abandoned the school The city streets were blocked by citizens who refused to rise even with threats of the police. He was arrested He proposed revival of cottage industries and the Indian achieved economic independence from Britain. http://www.portalplanetasedna.com.ar/desobediencia.htm http://pinto.tomalosbarrios.net/page/2/ 1930 The South African government made important concessions to demands of his, including the recognition of marriages end exemption from local taxes He proclaimed a campaign of civil disobedience for not paying the tax to the salt. http://pixabay.com/es/negro-contorno-dibujo-esbozo-34228/ Biography Gandhi was born the 2 of October of 1869 in Porbandar, a little coast city in the princely state of Kathiawar. today is the state of Guyarat in the India republic Putlibai Karamchand Gandhi Parents Diwan (Premier) of Provantar Fourth wife of Karamcad He married with Kasturba Makhanji
when he had 13 years old and, they had 4 sons When Gandhi was young, he was a mediocre student, but he can study laws in the Bombay University, in 1887, enrolling in the School of Samaldas in Bhavnagar. When he had the opportunity, he traveled to London, to study laws in the University College of London Studies He was arrested, into the jail did a "abstinence from eating unto death" to improve the situation of the untouchable caste to eliminate social and economic injustice of the caste system. 1947 The South African government made important concessions to demands of his, including the recognition of marriages end exemption from local taxes He was arrested, into the jail did a "abstinence from eating unto death" to improve the situation of the untouchable caste to eliminate social and economic injustice of the caste system. SECOND WORLD WAR After of the war, the parliament passed the Rowlatt Acts , it give powers to the British authorities for fight whit the subversive activities. http://alfonsopozacienciassociales.wikispaces.com/Segunda+Guerra+Mundial+Fotos The British government accepted to grant independence. Later was achieved http://www.nandhi.com/india_first_independence_day.htm 1948 The South African government made important concessions to demands of his, including the recognition of marriages end exemption from local taxes He was arrested, into the jail did a "abstinence from eating unto death" to improve the situation of the untouchable caste to eliminate social and economic injustice of the caste system. India and Pakistan were separated after independence http://edtech2.boisestate.edu/lockwoodm/Collapse/india.htm He began another hunger strike in New Delhi to try to bring peace between India and Pakistan http://breisebreiseleighgoleire1969.wordpress.com/tag/hunger-strike/ Gandhi's teachings inspire since then peace movements in the world Gandhi is in the present a referent of no-violent struggle against the injustice Drevet, Camille. Gandhi, su pensamiento y su acción. Barcelona: Fontanella, 1984. Libro reivindicativo del personaje.

Fischer, Louis. Gandhi. Barcelona: Plaza &Janés Editores, 1983. Biografía clásica numerosas veces reeditada.

García Barquero, Juan Antonio. Gandhi. León: Everest de Ediciones y Distribución, 1986. Lectura recomendada para público muy joven.

Hegner, H. S. Tres asesinatos (Jaurés, Trotski, Gandhi). Barcelona: Plaza &Janés Editores, 1969. Compara a los tres personajes y explica las respectivas causas de sus asesinatos.

Muller, Jean-Marie. Gandhi, la sabiduría de la no violencia. Bilbao: Editorial Española Desclee de Brouwer, 1995. Obra dedicada al pensamiento de Gandhi.

Nicholson, Michael. Mahatma Gandhi. Madrid: Ediciones SM, 1991. Destinado al público escolar.

Payne, Robert. Gandhi. 2 vols. Barcelona: Editorial Bruguera, 1976. Una de las obras más completas por la gran información que contiene.

Rau, Heimo. Gandhi. Barcelona: Salvat Editores, 1988. Una de las biografías clásicas del personaje.

Rawding, F. Gandhi. Torrejón de Ardoz: Ediciones Akal, 1991. Breve obra para alumnos de bachillerato. Es una traducción de la colección Cambridge para jóvenes. Thanks Thinker : Person who think
Mahatma: Big Soul
Meant: Past of significant
Between: Among, amongst, within, amid, amidst
Citizen: Person living in a state
Threat: Exposure to a danger
Cottage Industry: Arts Industry
Tax: Contribution to the state, Tribute
Unto: Achieve an objective
Caste system: Social organization.
Strike: Stop of working, suspension of activities
Sense: Purport, meaning.
Development: Developing, growth.
Neighbor: Resident, local, citizen, denizen, fellow. Julian Hernández
Germán Marentes
Andrés Pineda QUESTIONS
Why do you think that Gandhi had success in his peace message?
Where is applicable the philosophy of Gandhi today?
How do you think that could apply the Gandhi's basic ideas in the peace process between the Government and the FARC?
The Peace revolution meant in India their independence, when do you think that was the inflection point?
Who could promote the no violence process around the world and in Colombia? Struggle: Fight
Improve: Make a better work, achieve better conditions
Embrace of truth: Resistance and civil disobedience
Peaceful: Pacific; people living in peace
Premier: First minister
Holistic: Person as a whole integral
Therefore: Consistent with the theme
Axes: Central areas of study
Care: Actions that lead to a person well being
Achieve: Reach an objective
Means: Significant
Taught: Educated, learned, informed. Vocabulary Management Nursing
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