Himalaya Studies: safeguarding our frontiers
The Foundation for Non-violent Alternatives (FNVA) has been established to study & analyse developments in China, the Tibetan Plateau & the Himalaya and their implications for India’s security.
FNVA promotes regional dialogue and publishes specialised reports and briefs for policy and decision makers in government and politics to help shape government policy on China, Tibet and the Himalaya. FNVA provides timely and useful analysis to scholars and government officials, and hopes to interest scholars and students in foreign and strategic affairs and environmental sciences.
FNVA enhances the quality of public discussions and offers practical analysis on critical issues in the region through the promotion of dialogue between its peoples, especially between the people of India, Tibet and China;
FNVA is a not-for-profit organisation and is registered as a Trust in New Delhi under the Indian Trust Act, and has Income Tax exemption 80G(5) of the IT Act and has FCRA.