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About the Program

The Centre for Civil Society is pleased to invite you to a Virtual Campus Talk on the topic From Annadata to Farmpreneur: Liberalising Agriculture with Mr. Sudhanshu Neema, Policy Analyst & Consultant, on 3rd October 2020 from 6:00 – 7:30 pm IST.

The Virtual Campus Talk will be conducted in collaboration with Economics, Politics and Social Science (EPS) Society of Indian Institute of Management – Kozhikode. The Campus Talk is part of the Indian Liberals Project  (www.indianliberals.in) and is supported by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.

The session will begin with an overview of the distress in the agricultural sector in India and then proceed to diagnose its causes. The diagnosis will focus exclusively on the various policies and schemes which have unintentionally excluded Indian farmers from participating in India’s growth story. Afterwards, the speaker will outline some of the solutions that could lead farmers to prosperity, and share his thoughts on changing the romanticised view of Annadatas and treating them as Farmpreneurs.

Program Date and Time: 3rd October 2020, 6:00 – 7:30 pm IST

About the Speaker

Sudhanshu Neema is a trained constitutional lawyer who has also completed a Masters in International Economic Relations from the School of International Service at the American University in Washington DC. He is a prolific writer, his articles have been published in various publications including the Economic Times. In 2015-16, Sudhanshu was awarded the Frederich Bastiat Fellowship by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

He has worked as a geopolitical risk analyst, a research fellow at a political start-up, and as a manager in the advocacy team of the Centre for Civil Society. He is the main author of the recently published report titled From Annadata to Farmpreneur: Playbook for Reforming Indian Agriculture. In addition to his professional achievements, Sudhanshu loves to learn languages. He has conversational fluency in French and is on the quest to learn Japanese.

How to Register?

Registration for the event is Free.

Interested participants can register for the program through this link.

Contact Information

For any questions, feel free to contact [email protected]


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