Panel of advisors

Prajnya’s advisory panel presently has three members. Our deed does not require us to set up an advisory panel, but we have done so because we do need advice all the time!

Rajmohan Gandhi may have been the first person to see our vision document in April 2003. As you know, he is an eminent author and biographer, whose interest in topics historical is animated very much by his interest in contemporary issues of peace and justice.

Stephen P. Cohen has been the leading American South Asian security scholar and expert for decades. Beyond academics, he has also been involved in many important initiatives in and on South Asia. We draw on his institution-building experience.

Ingrid Srinath was the CEO of Child Rights and You when she joined our panel of advisors. She is now the secretary-general of CIVICUS. Ingrid’s experience of running and managing a non-profit in India has been a huge resource for us.

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Prajnya is a non-profit centre for research, public education and networking, working on issues relating to peace, justice and security. We are based in Chennai, India.

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