Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), a citizen-led, non-political and non-governmental organization which has been working for around 20 years with the objective of bringing electoral and political reforms, so as to improve democracy and governance in India.
About the e-Charcha
Association for Democratic Reforms is pleased to announce an e-Charcha, a virtual discussion, on the topic: ‘Emerging Trends in Electoral Behaviour’. In 100 words or so, applicants are required to give their views regarding the issues discussed in the article (click here to access the article). Respondents with the best views will be selected to participate in the e-Charcha.
Submissions are open till 10th September 2020.
e-Certificate will be provided to all attendees.
How to Register?
Interested participants can register through this link.
Ritik Kumar: ritik.amu.mc[at]gmail.com
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