On a mission to change the way Indian and Pakistani history is taught

In a recent article published in The University of Cambridge, Judge Business School Network, the idea of The History Project has been broadly discussed. From the very core ideals to the hours put in by the co-founders and the team in order to rewrite the fundamentals of how history should be taught across the subcontinent.

A THP workshop in a school in India with co founders Ayyaz Ahmad (extreme left) and Qasim Aslam (center)

“History is an important aspect of person’s life as it defines who you are,” says Ayyaz. “But the problem we discovered was that the way history was taught in India and Pakistan almost bred intolerance and a lack of trust in different cultures.”

The article highlights the project, its ongoing journey, the recent publication and much more. Read the article here, or click on the link below.