Book Launch & Panel Discussion: 'Making Sense of Indian Democracy' by Yogendra Yadav

Book Launch & Panel Discussion: 'Making Sense of Indian Democracy' by Yogendra Yadav
Yogendra Yadav, Anupama Roy, Hilal Ahmed, Rahul Dev, Rahul Verma
Thursday, 3 September 2020 Add to Calendar 2020-09-03 16:30:00 2020-09-03 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Book Launch & Panel Discussion: 'Making Sense of Indian Democracy' by Yogendra Yadav Centre for Policy Research & Lokniti-Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS)  invite you to the book launch of 'Making Sense of Indian Democracy' by Yogendra Yadav The book will be launched through a panel discussion featuring: Yogendra Yadav, National President, Swaraj India & Former Senior Fellow, CSDS Anupama Roy, Professor, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University Hilal Ahmed, Associate Professor, CSDS Rahul Dev, Eminent Journalist & Former Editor-in-Chief, CNEB News Moderator: Rahul Verma, Fellow, CPR Please Register here. The event will be held in Hindi The session will also be live-streamed on CPR's Facebook page. If there is an issue, please email communication@cprindia.org. About the Discussion:  In 'Making Sense of Indian Democracy', author Yogendra Yadav provides a deep insight into the trajectory of India’s first republic, lasting from 1950-2019. The book is a collection of essays written by Yadav over the past three decades covering several elements of India's democratic system. The book also touches on the theme of 'reform' and 'action' and clearly lays out what must be done to reclaim the soul of the Indian republic. Coming at a time of heightened public discourse around the state of democracy, this book provides us an opportunity to debate and discuss the future of the Indian republic.  About the Series:  The CPR and Lokniti-CSDS 'Conversations on Indian Democracy' is a series of events that aims to make academic research more accessible to the general public. As institutions of high academic repute, CPR and Lokniti-CSDS have been at the helm of significant research about policy and politics in India.  This joint venture leverages the unique legacy of these institutions to further the scope of public discourse on important questions of democracy, politics and society in the country.   The event is held in partnership with the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS). Online via Zoom
4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
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Centre for Policy Research & Lokniti-Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS)  invite you to the book launch of 'Making Sense of Indian Democracy' by Yogendra Yadav

The book will be launched through a panel discussion featuring:

  • Yogendra Yadav, National President, Swaraj India & Former Senior Fellow, CSDS
  • Anupama Roy, Professor, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • Hilal Ahmed, Associate Professor, CSDS
  • Rahul Dev, Eminent Journalist & Former Editor-in-Chief, CNEB News

Moderator:

  • Rahul Verma, Fellow, CPR

Please Register here. The event will be held in Hindi

The session will also be live-streamed on CPR's Facebook page. If there is an issue, please email communication@cprindia.org.

About the Discussion: 

In 'Making Sense of Indian Democracy', author Yogendra Yadav provides a deep insight into the trajectory of India’s first republic, lasting from 1950-2019. The book is a collection of essays written by Yadav over the past three decades covering several elements of India's democratic system. The book also touches on the theme of 'reform' and 'action' and clearly lays out what must be done to reclaim the soul of the Indian republic.

Coming at a time of heightened public discourse around the state of democracy, this book provides us an opportunity to debate and discuss the future of the Indian republic. 

About the Series: 

The CPR and Lokniti-CSDS 'Conversations on Indian Democracy' is a series of events that aims to make academic research more accessible to the general public. As institutions of high academic repute, CPR and Lokniti-CSDS have been at the helm of significant research about policy and politics in India.  This joint venture leverages the unique legacy of these institutions to further the scope of public discourse on important questions of democracy, politics and society in the country.  

The event is held in partnership with the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS).