ACTIVITIES

Unleashing Connectivity For Inclusive Growth: Leveraging Himalayan Consensus to Further India’s Act East Policy

  • 23 Jan 2018

    Aravind Yelery | Bipul Chatterjee | Laurence J. Brahm | Mallika Shakya | Sagar Prasai

    Venue: Seminar Hall 2 & 3, India International Centre
    Time: 3:00 PM

 

Press Coverage

23 January 2018 | The Economic Times
Connectivity is the Cornerstone of Inclusive Growth in the Himalayan Region

The discussion at the Forum introduced the idea behind Himalayan Consensus process to the larger audience in Delhi and developed an initial framework on how this platform can be used to usher connectivity and people to people contact... Read more

 

 

Participation through invitation only
A collaborative initiative between the ICS, CUTS International, Himalayan Consensus Institute and The Asia Foundation

 

Panel Discussion

Time: 3 to 5 PM

Venue: Seminar Hall 2 & 3, India International Centre

The session envisages to introduce the idea behind Himalayan Consensus process to the larger audience in Delhi and develop an initial framework on how this platform can be used to usher connectivity and people to people contact. In a moderated session, speakers would reflect on the work of their institutions and shape discourse especially in the context of how this can shape the larger Act East discourse of India. 

Panelists:

Aravind Yelery, Assistant Director, Institute of Chinese Studies

BipulChatterjee, Executive Director, CUTS International

Laurence J. Brahm, Chair, Himalayan Consensus Institute

Mallika Shakya, Assistant Professor, South Asian University

Sagar Prasai, Country Representative, The Asia Foundation

Moderator:

Sujeev Shakya, Chairperson - Nepal Economic Forum, Secretary General - Himalayan Consensus Institute

 

Think Tank Consortium

Time: 7 to 10 PM

Venue: Terrace Pergola, IIC

Think Tanks from China, India and Nepal will participate in this meeting to discuss the potential of building a Think Tank Consortium which would support and strengthen the connectivity discourse in the Himalayan Region by serving as a platform for knowledge building and dissemination. The discussion will further explore the possibility of establishing this platform for Track II initiatives. This meeting will delve upon the discourse in furthering people to people connectivity in the region. Think Tanks from China, India and Nepal will participate in this meeting to discuss the potential of building a Think Tank Consortium which would support and strengthen the connectivity discourse in the Himalayan Region by serving as a platform for knowledge building and dissemination. The discussion will further explore the possibility of establishing this platform for Track II initiatives. This meeting will delve upon the discourse in furthering people to people connectivity in the region. 

Panel discussion Think Tank Consortium Press Release

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