Dialogue of Cultures

Socio-Economic Interactions of India’s Border Populations

November 23 Thursday

Event fully booked

Date/time

November 23 - 24, 2017

Loc.

Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi

Type

Workshop

The KAS India office and the Institute of Social Sciences (ISS) are organizing a workshop on November 23th and 24th in New Delhi to address the issue of socio-economic interactions of the Indian population in the border areas.

Also available in Deutsch

India has a long land border of more than 15,000 km. They touch six countries, namely, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan. While so much is known and discussed in respect of India’s strategic, political and economic relations with these nations, not enough is known how the people who live in the bordering districts in India fare in terms of their cultural and economic interactions with people across. This workshop aims to close this thematic gap and will address the issue of interactions between cross border populations for two days.

Contact person

Peter Rimmele

Resident Representative India

Peter Rimmele
Phone +91 11 26113520
Fax +91 11 45506836
Languages: Deutsch,‎ English,‎ Français,‎ Bahasa Indonesia

Partners

Institute of Social Sciences (ISS)