MNLU Aurangabad’s Centre for World Affairs is organizing its 2nd Guest Lecture on ‘India’s Vaccine Maitri: Challenges and Opportunities’, to be held on October 17, 2021, from 3:30 PM onwards.
About MNLU’s Centre
Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad has recently set up a Centre for World Affairs and named it in honour of the Late Field Marshal SHFJ Manekshaw. The purpose of the centre is to provide students with a perspective into the world in addition to the classroom.
About the Webinar
MNLU-Aurangabad’s newly created Field Marshal Manekshaw Centre for World Affairs is organizing its 2nd Guest Lecture on October 17, 2021 from 3.30 PM onwards.
The topic for the guest lecture is India’s Vaccine Maitri: Challenges and Opportunities and the lecture is delivered by Mr Don McLain Gill who is an Author, Geopolitical Analyst, Resident fellow of International Development and Security Cooperation (IDSC) and Director of Research at Forum for Global Studies (FGS).
The Lecture will be followed by a Q & A session, where participants may ask questions from the guest lecturer.
- Date: October 17, 2021
- Time: 3:30 PM
- Mode: Online
- Platform: Google Meet
About the Speaker
Mr Don McLain Gill is a Resident Fellow at the International Development and Security Cooperation (IDSC), Director for South & Southeast Asia at PMESA, and Director of Research at the Forum for Global Studies (FGS). He is also a geopolitical analyst and an author who specializes in regional geopolitics and Indian foreign policy.
He has written for major peer-reviewed international journals, book projects, and publications such as (but not limited to) the Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, the Korean Journal of International Studies, Columbia University’s Journal of International Affairs, Asia Times, Observer Research Foundation, ThePrint, DNA India, RUSI, South Asian Voices, the Australian Outlook, Analyzing War, and the Tufts University’s Fletcher Forum of World Affairs.
Who can Attend?
The Lecture is open for all people irrespective of their qualifications and is free for all.
To register for the webinar, click on the link given at the end of this post and fill out the form.
The link for the meeting will be sent in advance.
In case of any problems, queries or difficulties, please contact
- Ashwin Umrikar at 8669396917 or
- Email the Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org