India’s G20 Presidency and Contours of Indian Foreign Policy
#WebPolicyLearning | India’s G20 Presidency and Contours of Indian Foreign Policy | A Three-Day Immersive Online Certificate Training Course
#IMPRI Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi invites you to #WebPolicyLearning
A Three-Day Immersive Online Certificate Training Course on
India’s G20 Presidency and
Contours of Indian Foreign Policy
Details of the #WebPolicyLearning:
Dates: March 14 – 16, 2023
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. IST
Course Fee: ₹ 4000 (inclusive of GST)
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India took over the G20 presidency on December 1, 2022, from Indonesia; a responsibility and opportunity during a rather turbulent global atmosphere. Comprising a total of 20 members, the G20 members account for about 80% of the World’s GDP, 60% population, and a large chunk of global trade; proving its prowess, especially during the 2008 global financial crisis. Keeping the philosophy of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (One World, One Family, One Future) at its core the country has embarked on a rather ambitious journey at times when the world is still grappling with the Russia-Ukraine crisis, fraught with inflation, and an impending recession; financial and geopolitical tension heightening. The challenge of steering this tumultuous presidency is an opportunity in disguise for India to shape, influence, and gravitate global priorities and policies toward the discourses of utmost need such as women-led development and multilateral reforms. It is the time to revisit the traditional ways of multilateral decision-making and call for structural changes, thereby allowing more voices in global reforms. On the other hand, the presidency also is the moment to adapt our foreign policy in consonance with the everchanging realist world in light of the normative values and resonate the same to advance our national interests.
The course will dabble with questions like – What are the non-tangible contingent gains India can make? How the presidency could be harnessed to further our national interests? How strategically significant the presidency is with a belligerent China at the doors? Along with insightful discussions on the complexity of the multilateral forum, its footprints on Indian Foreign Policy, opportunities, and the way forward.
The purpose of this course is to postulate a general understanding of the G20 as a working body and take a deeper dive into the Indian presidency; furthermore, its effect on Indian Foreign Policy keeping the tumultuous global political and financial atmosphere in mind.
Everyone having a keen interest in International Relations, Foreign Policy, and India’s Presidential Role in G20: Diplomats, Foreign Service Aspirants, Undergraduate and Post-Graduate Students, Researchers, Faculty, Journalists, Civil Society members, and Activists.
Benefits of taking the Course:
• Learn from globally renowned scholars, diplomats, and practitioners in the field of international relations and foreign policy
• Gain first-hand insights and networking opportunities
• Get course outline and reading list from the experts for learning
• Get access to session videos for 15 days
• Receive a certificate of completion
• Have the opportunity to publish their essays on the IMPRI Insights Blog, which features the articles of eminent people from around the globe.
Upon successful completion of the program, each participant will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
Dr Simi Mehta
CEO & Editorial Director, IMPRI
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