DETAIL ABOUT WRITE TO SPEAK

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Write to Speak is a campaign run by the Word Warriors, to introduce performance poetry to young members from diverse communities in five urban centers in Nepal. As part of this campaign, the Word Warriors hope to build public platform that give voice to those who have been traditionally suppressed. With a special focus on young women and marginalized communities in Nepal, the campaign will give the youth an opportunity to speak out and be heard. Write to Speak is funded by the Center for Culture and Development, Denmark, managed by Quixote's Cove, and implemented by the Word Warriors.

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Write to Speak

Write to Speak is a campaign run by the Word Warriors, to introduce performance poetry to young members from diverse communities in five urban centers in Nepal.

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Educational Programs

Our educational workshops are designed in such a way, that it not only instills them with poetry skills and tools, but also helps them become creative thinkers and writers and better public speakers.

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Performances

Word Warriors do performances at bars, museums, art spaces, events and in random streets or art spaces around town.

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Regional Slams

We organize inter-school youth poetry slam or competitions in various regions.Contact us to hold a regional slam in your area.

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आपूर्तिको नाकामा कविताका भाका

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राइट टु स्पिक तथा अम्रिकन एम्ब्सीको बुक बुस कार्यक्रमको सहकार्यमा विरगन्जमा spoken word poetry टुर भएको थियो। पुष ३ गते देखि ९ गते सम्म भएको सो टुर, बीरगंजका विभिन्न स्कूल तथा कलेजहरुमा पुग्यो । विरगन्जका युवाहरु सित कविता भन्दै-सुन्दै बिताएको त्यो एक हप्ताको अनुभव ।

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Mushaira at Quixote’s Cove

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In the three-day workshop, ‘The Art of Ghazal’, organized by Word Warriors (WW) at QC bookshop, we tried to create our own mushaira.

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Pokhara ain’t just about pizzas anymore

Photo courtesy: PRASAD

I have been to Pokhara multiple times. I’ve had a very judgmental opinion about people who liked to party by the Lakeside. Pokhara for me was a place for hedonists. I chose to believe I was not one. My opinion has changed over the years. Pokhara has more to offer than its famous Lakeside. Of course you know that.You have heard that before. But let me tell you again.

Photos by PRASAD

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Working in groups

Ujjwala talks to Santwana, Sasit and Nischal - some of our older participants in the intensive workshops in Kavre.

Ujjwala Maharjan has been teaching spoken word for about four years now. She shares with us, her experience while working as an instructor for a group of participants of different age groups.

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