International Seminar on Imagining South Asia in 2030: Emerging Trends, Challenges, and Alternatives
IPS Research Assistant, Kithmina Hewage, presented a paper at the “International Seminar on Imagining South Asia in 2030: Emerging Trends, Challenges, and Alternatives” held at the Pondicherry University, India. The seminar, organized by the UNESCO Madanjeet Sing Institute of South Asian Regional Cooperation (UMISARC) and the Centre for South Asian Studies was held during 1-3 March, 2016. It was aimed at addressing current constraints to regionalism in South Asia and re-imagining its future by 2030 with emphasis on political, economic, and cultural cooperation. Experts, policymakers, scholars, bureaucrats, and entrepreneurs from the South Asian region participated at the seminar.
Kithmina Hewage, Research Assistant, IPS