Round Table Discussion

“Issues of Political Reform in China”
& her co-authored book titled:
“The Noodle Maker of Kalimpong: The Untold Story of My Struggle for Tibet”

noodle-maker

Thursday, 2nd July 2015
17:00 – 19:00hr.
FNVA (more…)

China’s Development Policies in Tibet: Perspectives and Challenges

Thursday, 6th November 2014
15:00 – 17:15hr
India International Centre (IIC) ANNEXE, Basement.

PROGRAMME
“Taming Tibet: Landscape Transformation and the Gift of Chinese Development” Dr. Emily T. (more…)

South-North Water Transfer Project

October 2014

Jesper Svensson, Visiting Fellow with FNVA, in conversation with Jianxin Mu – professor at Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research (IWHR), Ministry of Water Resources, China (more…)

“China’s Policies toward Ethnic Minorities: Developments and Challenges.”

 

Wednesday, 15th October, 2014 (15:00hr – 17:00hr)

Foundation for Non-Violent Alternatives, 143, 4th Floor, Uday Park – 110049, New Delhi

Speaker: Dr. Mumin Chen, Associate Professor, Graduate Institute (more…)

“Tibet in Sino-South Asian Relations: Indian and Nepalese treatment of Tibetans at a time of China’s rise”

Tuesday, 5th August 2014 (3:00-5:00pm)

Foundation for Non-Violent Alternatives, 143, 4th Floor, Uday Park – 110049, New Delhi

Speaker: Dr. Tsering Topgyal, Lecturer/Assistant Professor in International (more…)

Approaches to Tibet’s History and its Relevance Today

The Talk: Understanding the history of Tibet and Inner Asia as well as the different approaches to and perceptions of that history that can shed light not only on the the past but has relevance to the (more…)

Approaches to Tibet’s History and its Relevance Today

The Talk: Understanding the history of Tibet and Inner Asia as well as the different approaches to and perceptions of that history that can shed light not only on the the past but has relevance to the (more…)

Next Decade of India-China Relations: Scope for Policy Alternatives?

papers presented click here

 

FOUNDATION FOR NON-VIOLENT ALTERNATIVES (FNVA)
Presents its Second Round Table Discussion:

Next Decade of India-China Relations: Scope for Policy Alternatives? Next Decade of India-China Relations: Scope for Policy Alternatives?

Thursday, (more…)

Governing Practices of the Tibetan Government in Exile

Roundtable Discussion with Visiting Scholar
Dr. Fiona McConnell
September 21, 2012
India International Center (IIC), Annexe, New Delhi

 

The topics of the discussion was centered around the ideas of (more…)

Current State of Affairs in Tibet: Reasons?

To download the programme report click here

Date: Saturday, 21st April 2012
Time: 09:30 -14:00 hr
Venue: IIC Main, above Dining Hall, 2nd Floor

Background

Tibetans in Delhi hold pictures (more…)