Asia Research Institute — Indian elections briefing series

April 9th, 2019

The upcoming Indian elections will see the world’s largest exercise of democracy take place in a country that is both demographically and culturally diverse.

To mark the event, the University of Nottingham’s Asia Research Institute (ARI) will be holding a roundtable discussion in London at Asia House on Wednesday 10 April.

Professor Katharine Adeney (Director of the UoN ARI) and Dr Carole Spary, who will collectively cover politics, multiculturalism, gender and representation in India, will be joined by industry experts Savi Hebbur (Partner at Linklaters) and Jim Bligh (Chairman of the Confederation of Indian Industry at the Indian Business Forum).

To help keep you up to speed with the developments of the elections, the UoN ARI is putting together a weekly briefing series (April 11-May 23). You can can sign up to them here.

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