Until recently, foreign policy, business and social issues occupied distinct spaces. They are now replaced by the convergence of dialogue, engagement and collaboration between government, business and civil society. Where once communications professionals were led by public relations, today public diplomacy is emerging through its interdisciplinary approach.
Public diplomacy links new media and PR more closely to foreign policy, business and social issues. While it can come in many forms, one of the ambitions of our exclusive, invite-only Dinner Series is to engage as wide a range of stakeholders as possible, across government, business, academia and civil society, as well as young entrepreneurs and rising stars, to help them learn more about India.
Our series provides attendees an unparalleled insight into Indian policy and business.
Our Dinner Series is typically once a month with a senior public policy or business figure, under Chatham House rule. Find out about membership options here. Payment is eligible for Gift Aid for UK taxpayers.
02 March – Real estate investment opportunities
Tickets: £80 for Members, £95 for Non-Members. Drinks reception from 6:30pm, formal dinner from 7pm in Central London (venue provided to confirmed guests). Please note confirmation is only provided upon receipt of payment. Maximum 15 spaces, under Chatham House rule.
Please get in touch with us or sign up to our Mailing List to find out more.
Our earlier dinners have featured:
Kapil Sibal (former Indian Union Minister and senior Advocate), Dr SY Quraishi (former Chief Election Commissioner of India), Lord Jonathan Marland (Chairman, Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council), Alok Sharma (UK Minister and former banker), Dr A Didar Singh (former Secretary-General, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry), Samir Saran (President, Observer Research Foundation), Dinesh Dhamija MEP (entrepreneur, philanthropist and politician), H.E. Edward Ssekandi (Vice President, Uganda), Hon. Evelyn Anite (State Minister of Finance for Investment and Privatization, Uganda), Sitaram Yechury (General-Secretary of the Communist Party of India [Marxist]), Saida Muna Tasneem (High Commissioner of Bangladesh to the UK).