Introduction to iccdr
ICCDR (Registered by Govt of India) was established to engage people of different cultures and nations in international cultural exchange programs which would connect young people from around the world with life-changing international opportunities with a sole aim of achieving global peace. ICCDR aims to promote cross-cultural awareness and understanding through international cultural education, tourism and exchange programs.
ICCDR promotes international cooperation, and to assist in the development of friendly, sympathetic, and peaceful relations among various cultures, by providing opportunities to participate in professional, educational and cultural programs in India and in other countries.
Our culture and traditions make us unique. In order to promote and protect the indigenous cultural heritage for upcoming generations to grasp the uniqueness of Indian culture, ICCDR was established. Since establishment, we are striving to create awareness and recognize the distinctive culture and arts heritage.
ICCDR Promotes Indian Heritage & Culture
ICCDR enrolls independent achieving of individuals in field related to Indian culture and heritage like Dance – kuchipudi, bharatanatyam, kathak, kathakali, mohiniattam, thimsa and other folk dances; Music – vocal music like keerthanas, bhajans, qawwalis, etc. In the field of art like painters, amateur artists and field of sculpture like temple architecture and miniature sculpture artist. The people who take care of religious activities like priests of all religions. the independent achievers of drama artists, cine artists and television artists. the book also records group participations in dance and music like annamacharya, ramadasu, purandharadasu, kabirdas, nanak and gautham buddha and mahaveera
ICCDR focuses on Cultures because cultures speaks directly to the heart. So, culture as a powerful force that bridges across differences, brings people together, and thus underpins social cohesion and peace. But poverty, lack of education and unemployment are key underlying factors driving attacks on culture. In a globalized world, urbanization and digital transformation are bringing cultures together into closer proximity. To a growing extent, cultural diversity is an intrinsic component of societies in all parts of the world. Peacebuilding is an evolving concept that is now encompassing lots of different areas and different approaches that come down to building stability, promoting community, advancing equality and equity, and providing security within communities through non-violent approaches.
His Excellency Amb. Dr. Srinivas Eluri
Secretary General of ICCDR
Amb. Dr Srinivasa Rao LLM ( International Law) Ph.D, Former Ambassador at large International commission to Diplomatic Relations Human rights and Peace UN UGO, with Diplomatic immunities & privileges. He was also the Director, Royal Academy of Global Peace USA and Indian Representative of prestegious Brampton International university , Canada. He was also the Founder President Culture Book of Records India and CEO Swastha Environment and Human Rights Foundation ( UN global Compact Signatory). He is the Arbitrator, International Arbitrator Court and Indian Representative to George Washington University of Peace. He participated in many international conferences and International Awards Events. He visited many south East Asia countries Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Asia Pacific counties Philippines, in Europe – Germany Netherlands, Belgium France and Middle East, UAE on official assignments. He received international Commission IGO, Prestigious Presidents Medal, Man of Humanity 1918 Philippines. Ten more International awards. He was the recipient of three Honorary Doctorate degrees; Academy of Universal Global Peace USA, International Relations from International Open university and Asian University International UK. Dr. Srinivas Eluri organized United Nations Day – International Conference on 24th October, 2022 and also organized Human Rights Day conference on 10th December 2022.