The Indian Social Institute, New Delhi, part 1

Posted July 14, 2016 7:58 am by Editor

The Indian Social Institute, New Delhi, part 1

The Indian Social Institute (ISI) is a Jesuit-inspired centre for research, training, and action for socio-economic development and human rights in India.  It was founded in 1951 in Pune, but shifted to the Indian capital, New Delhi in 1963.  The ISI was the brainchild of a brilliant Jesuit priest, Fr. Jerome D’Souza an educationist who was remarkably active in the civil society of the days of Independence.  He was chosen as a member of the Indian Constituent Assembly and on four occasion he was India’s delegate to the United Nation’s General Assembly. A man committed to political action, social concerns

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