Vichaar Manthan’s Sustainable Narratives conference covered a host of topics, including sustainable wealth creation. The panel included Jamie Whyte, Liberal Economist and Former Director of Research at the Institute for Economic Affairs; Harsh Gupta, Chief Investment Officer at the Ashika Group; and Eric Lonergan, Macro-Hedge Fund Manager and Economist. The discussion was chaired by Dr Sachin Nandha, CEO of private equity firm Pillbox Capital and National Co-ordinator for Vichaar Manthan UK.
Vichaar Manthan’s Sustainable Narratives conference recently explored the topic of ‘Can rights exist without a set of duties?’, moderated by India Inc. Group Founder & CEO Manoj Ladwa.
Vichaar Manthan’s recent Sustainable Narratives conference had an enaging discussion on Culture and Literature...
Vichaar Manthan’s Sustainable Narratives conference held its final fireside discussion this weekend with Shashi Tharoor entitled “2050: Global World Order”. This thought-provoking conversation, led by Dr Sachin Nandha, delved into Tharoor’s perspective on the biggest challenges facing humanity over the next 30 years from a governance perspective. His assessment landed on autocracy, deglobalisation and environmental sustainability, advocating that to counteract these challenges we must “recognise the shared interests of our common humanity”.
Vichaar Manthan’s Sustainable Narratives conference, backed by ‘iGlobal’ as media partners, had its first taste of economics with an intimate fireside conversation...
Vichaar Manthan’s Sustainable Narratives conference kicked off this week with a panel on Sustainable Governance in a Rapidly Changing World. Chaired by Andy Bayley, Associate Lecturer at Loughborough University’s Centre for Information Management, the panel comprised Ram Madhav, Founder and Director of the India Foundation, and Steve Tsang, Director of the SOAS China Institute in London.
Vichaar Manthan is an independent voluntary organisation which engages in open dialogue with members of society and institutions to explore issues facing modern British society through a Hindu civilisational lens.