English Lessons for Peace is a free English discussion class that intends to promote dialogue among civilizations and contribute to world peace.
In the new series of English lessons for peace, we discuss everyday moral questions such as the following:
Does it matter where I shop?
Why should I recycle?
Do animals have rights?
Do I have an obligation to be healthy?
Is it wrong to make as much money as I can?
Should I help a suffering loved one die?
This week, we will discuss the following question:
Why Should I Recycle?
Every Friday from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
The Open Amphitheater of Laleh Park
- The closest metro station is "Meydan-e Enghelab-e Eslami" station on Line4 (Yellow). From there take a shared taxi or walk up (10 to 15 minutes) North Kargar Street to Dr. Fatemi Avenue. Start from the Carpet Museum of Iran (No. 2 on Lonely Planet map of central Tehran on page 42). Walk up Dr Fatemi Ave towards east. On your left (across from "Lale Shopping Center") you can find the northern entrance to "Park-e Laleh". Enter the park. Soon you will come across a big map of the park on your left. You can see "آمفی تیاتر روباز" on the map (No. 15). It is on the northern part of the park, less than 3 minutes walking from where you are standing. Continue southward inside the park and soon you will come across two washrooms. Pass between them and continue southwards until you see a big amphitheater on your right. You can't miss it.
این یک کلاس زبان انگلیسی رایگان برای کمک به گسترش فرهنگ گفتگو با دیگر فرهنگها در راستای دستیابی به صلح جهانی است.