Category Event Reports

Reverse Migration amidst the Second Wave of Coronavirus Pandemic: Challenges and Solutions

Migrant workers have been assured multiple times that an economic lockdown will not be imposed and yet photographs have already started to emerge of reverse migration. Given this context, IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute and Working People Charter organized a Panel Discussion on Reverse Migration amidst the Second Wave of Coronavirus Pandemic: Challenges and Solutions.

How Does India Value Water?

Water has immense significance which occupies 70% of the space on the planet. It is a necessary resource for life forms to survive in the planet. However, over the past two decades, water stress has been on the rise globally including India. In this context Center for Environment, Climate Change, and Sustainable Development (CECCSD), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi, and India Water Portal organized a Distinguished Lecture titled How Does India Value Water? with Shri Rajendra Singh, Waterman of India, Chairman, Tarun Bharat Singh, Alwar.

Uses and Abuses of Statistics

Utpal K De, Arjun Kumar Everyone is well aware of the uses of statistics – how data is used to reveal some facts like changes of some variables over time and across communities depending on various aspects of society. Also,…

Infrastructuring the City: Trajectories of Violence

There is Structural violence that is inherent in our society on account of infrastructure projects worldwide. IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute as part of its series #CityConversations organized a lecture with Dr. Deljana Iossifova titled Infrastructuring the City: Trajectories of Violence. Dr. Deljana Iossifova is a Senior Lecturer, Urban Studies and Director, Confucius Institute, University of Manchester United Kingdom. She is also the Chair of the Urban Studies Foundation.