October, 2002. Ankit Love lead a triumvirate composed of a Russian and American citizen to the ACS Peace Prize for the feature documentary he had directed "Learning Peace". The film investigated the relationship of an education system that leaves little room for analytical critical thought and it's implications on conflict in Africa. The ACS International Peace Prize was presented to Ankit Love by Nobel peace prize-winner Betty Williams.

The same year Ankit Love as President of ACS International received the Princess Diana Award from Gordon Brown and the ECIS award for international understanding.

 

 
Ankit Love dancing for the school children in Shituwa, Namibia where parts of the documentary "Learning Peace" were filmed. Here he as the President of the Namibia Charity Group from Cobham, Surrey helped to build and develop a school in the rural backwaters of Namibia, Africa.

Ankit Love dancing for the school children in Shituwa, Namibia where parts of the documentary "Learning Peace" were filmed. Here he as the President of the Namibia Charity Group from Cobham, Surrey helped to build and develop a school in the rural backwaters of Namibia, Africa.