In order to assist educators, The Gandhi Foundation has produced a presentation ‘Gandhi – A Life in Pictures‘, designed to be used at secondary / high school level, and also suitable for adult audiences. It is free to download, but please support the development of resources such as these by making a secure donation via Paypal.
Please download and distribute our brochure. It should be printed double-sided.
Our newsletter, entitled The Gandhi Way, is published quarterly, and all Friends of The Gandhi Foundation receive a printed copy. If you would like to submit an article, review or letter of a specifically or broadly Gandhian nature, please send it to George Paxton: firstname.lastname@example.org (Maximum length 2000 words).
Archive copies of The Gandhi Way
Gandhi Travelling Exhibition
The Gandhi Foundation has been appointed as UK touring partner by the British Library for its Gandhi Travelling Exhibition. The exhibition comprises six roll-up panels, printed with photographs depicting events in the life of Gandhi. Each panel is 220 cm high and 86 cm wide when erected. If your venue is interested in hosting the exhibition, please email email@example.com with your requested dates. There is no charge for the exhibition itself, but venues are required to pay transportation costs and to provide insurance cover.
The panels can be viewed on our Flickr site
Wikimedia Commons have kindly made available an excellent selection of photographs of Gandhi.
Wikiquote provides an excellent selection of sourced and unsourced quotes by Gandhi.
Gandhi’s Collected Works
The GandhiServe Foundation has made the Collected Works of Gandhi available on-line. Please click here. The site also includes a search engine to enable you to reference your favourite Gandhi quotes.
Books by Gandhi
A number of books by Gandhi are freely available on Wikisource
Worksheets / Modules
A free educational resource pack on Gandhi, designed for school teachers (UK KS3&4), is available in the form of an Adobe PDF file by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and quoting ref. TT186.
Written by Susan Denton-Brown, previous Chair of The Gandhi Foundation executive committee, and previously Head of Religious Studies at Tanbridge House School in West Sussex, the resource pack includes six modules which focus on the following aspects of Gandhi’s life and work:
2. Non-violent protest
3. Conflict transformation and mediation
4. Equity in community
5. Environmental issues
6. Exploring spirituality
Each module suggests relevant clips from the movie Gandhi by Richard Attenborough, and then presents a series of exercises for groups and the whole class.