Event India’s biggest policy challenges in the next ten years – and what can be done to solve them December 8, 2020 11 AM – 1 PM IST
India’s biggest policy challenges in the next ten years – and what can be done to solve them
December 8, 2020
11 AM – 1 PM IST
About the event
India is at an inflection point. Recent assessments of India’s ‘faster than expected’ recovery are likely to present
unprecedented challenges in a world fighting a global pandemic. These formidable challenges will require a public policy ecosystem capable of maneuvering uncertainties of the 21st century.
Record unemployment levels, increasing inequality, and stagnant demand, coupled with crumbling health, education, and social services infrastructure, require bold policy solutions grounded in a reliable evidence base. What India needs is nothing short of a transformation informed by its founding ideals. Now, more than ever, India’s 21st century challenges need leaders who are as capable as they are empathetic.
We brought together a high-powered panel with rich experience at the highest levels of policy making, to deliberate on how 3 Ps – Policy, Politics & Purpose – can help solve India’s biggest challenges.
About the panellists
Navtej Singh Sarna
Former Indian Ambassador
to the US, MEA, India
Navtej Sarna was India’s Ambassador to the United States till Dec 2018. Sarna also served as India’s High Commissioner to the UK…