The Idea of India

Medha Patkar-Join an interactive discussion with this world-renowned activist

Sunday, February 09, 2014
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
UCLA 2160E Broad Art Center


Medha Patkar 

* Right to Livelihood Award
* Goldman Environment Prize
* Amnesty International Human Rights Defender's Award
* BBC Green Ribbon Award for Best International Political Campaigner
* Founder, Save the Narmada Movement and National Alliance of People's Movements
* Iconic Indian social activist working on just use of natural resources and fair development 

Ms. Patkar’s discussion will include themes of natural resource preservation and grassroots mobilization as well as the changing socio-political landscape in India. She will share her vision of the Idea of India and how her work has contributed towards it plus what more can be done both inside and outside that country.

Daily parking in Lot 3: $12
Pay by space parking available in Lot 3 North

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For more information please contact:

India Friends Association
Nitin: 818-618-9423
Ashwin: 716-310-6893


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Cost : Free and Open to the Public

Sponsor(s): Center for India and South Asia, India Friends Association

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