The Sorry Tree at the Conflictorium museum in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, where visitors can hang personal notes of apology. It is one of several innovative features of the interactive museum of conflicts. Photo: Conflictorium The Sorry Tree at the Conflictorium museum in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, where visitors can hang personal notes of apology. It is one of several innovative features of the interactive museum of conflicts. Photo: Conflictorium
The Sorry Tree at the Conflictorium museum in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, where visitors can hang personal notes of apology. It is one of several innovative features of the interactive museum of conflicts. Photo: Conflictorium
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Memories in jars, letters saying sorry: why Indian museum dealing with conflict won an international award

  • The Conflictorium is both a museum and a safe space in which people can discuss social, cultural and ideological conflicts, and work towards resolving tensions
  • ‘It’s a constantly evolving space,’ says a frequent visitor to the museum, in a multi-faith quarter of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad

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The Sorry Tree at the Conflictorium museum in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, where visitors can hang personal notes of apology. It is one of several innovative features of the interactive museum of conflicts. Photo: Conflictorium The Sorry Tree at the Conflictorium museum in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, where visitors can hang personal notes of apology. It is one of several innovative features of the interactive museum of conflicts. Photo: Conflictorium
The Sorry Tree at the Conflictorium museum in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, where visitors can hang personal notes of apology. It is one of several innovative features of the interactive museum of conflicts. Photo: Conflictorium
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