EFJ [Equality, Freedom & Justice] Foundation is an upcoming organisation based in New Delhi.
About the conference
“Lectures in Indian Democracy and Rule of Law” is an initiative by upcoming EFJ [Equality, Freedom & Justice] Foundation, New Delhi.
The lecture series is an ongoing program which has been launched to primarily engage the common people of the country in a substantial discussion.
The discussion pertaining to the agenda of human development and progress on one hand while also disseminating the values enshrined in the Indian Constitution and the stories of India especially the freedom struggle and personalities who shaped India and who laid down a foundation for the growth of India.
Young people of any country are its future. Needed it is to make them aware of the roots of our rise, the bases of our freedom and the people who shed their blood, sweat and tears for the nation building.
The technological age has unleashed access of immense volume of information and there is no differentiation in what is being made available to the present young generation.
There is a need, in this context, to precisely say to our young people who we are and what is the way forward to economic growth, social equality and effective political participation.
This lecture series is the first of its kind in the world. This will be addressed by the expert and tallest leaders from all walks of life in institutions across the country and will be focused on :
1. Contribution of personalities such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, B R Ambedkar, Sardar Patel, Indira Gandhi, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Rajaji, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Dr Rajendra Prasad, Dadabhai Naoroji, EMS Namboodiripad, N T Rama Rao, M G Ramachandran, P V Narsimha Rao, Jyoti Basu, amongst many other great leaders of India.
2. Modern day leaders who have shaped India and played a role in its development from various walks of society.
3. Our great institutions which have been and continue to play a crucial role in the functioning of our democracy and implementing the rule of law.
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