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"Hey all! I am Anilesh Khare, a certified experiential educator, and I've been with Play for Peace since the year 2018. When I first encountered PFP, I fell in love with it right away. I feel these games & activities break barriers and prejudices of all types and bring people of different ages and backgrounds together to work together, share, experience, and, of course, have fun. For the initial years, I was actively involved in this amazing movement and conducted various workshops/game sessions, but then the global lockdown brought everything to a standstill. Now I have been relocated to a new city (Dehradun) and have started to run activities with a government school near my area. Currently, it starts with playing separate activities and bringing young boys and girls to cooperate together, share experiences, and talk about their cultures and traditions, all using fun games, enhancing compassion, and bringing joy to all. and later to formalize it as a community club and expand the vision and mission of Play for Peace in the city of Dehradun (India)."