Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
Center for Contemporary South Asia

Harsh Mander — Love as Solidarity and Resistance to Hate Violence in India: A Caravan of Love

Thursday, October 26, 2017

12:00pm – 1:30pm

South Common Room, Watson Institute 

+ Google Calendar10/26/2017 12:0010/26/2017 13:30America/New_YorkHarsh Mander — Love as Solidarity and Resistance to Hate Violence in India: A Caravan of LoveHarsh Mander is a social activist and writer. He currently serves as the Director of the Centre for Equity Studies. He is the founder of the campaigns Aman Biradari, for secularism, peace and justice; Nyayagrah, for legal justice and reconciliation for the survivors of communal violence; Dil Se, for street children, and ‘Hausla’ for urban homeless people. He worked formerly in the Indian Administrative Service in Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh for almost two decades. South Common Room, Watson Institute MM/DD/YYYY
+ iCal/Outlook10/26/2017 12:0010/26/2017 13:30America/New_YorkHarsh Mander — Love as Solidarity and Resistance to Hate Violence in India: A Caravan of LoveHarsh Mander is a social activist and writer. He currently serves as the Director of the Centre for Equity Studies. He is the founder of the campaigns Aman Biradari, for secularism, peace and justice; Nyayagrah, for legal justice and reconciliation for the survivors of communal violence; Dil Se, for street children, and ‘Hausla’ for urban homeless people. He worked formerly in the Indian Administrative Service in Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh for almost two decades. South Common Room, Watson Institute MM/DD/YYYY

Harsh Mander is a social activist and writer. He currently serves as the Director of the Centre for Equity Studies. He is the founder of the campaigns Aman Biradari, for secularism, peace and justice; Nyayagrah, for legal justice and reconciliation for the survivors of communal violence; Dil Se, for street children, and ‘Hausla’ for urban homeless people. He worked formerly in the Indian Administrative Service in Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh for almost two decades.