Events

Samvaad 2017

Samvaad is a platform where distinguished luminaries from the fields of politics, business, academia, entertainment, journalism and sports will come together and share the stage with leaders of tomorrow, engaging them in a dialogue while motivating them to reach out to their paramount potential in pursuit of solutions to the challenges that besiege the world. It aims to foster leadership qualities among students and young professionals by opening a cross-cultural dialogue on issues of national and international relevance.

Samvaad 2017 is a 3-day National Youth Conference organized by the Model Governance Foundation in New Delhi from 30th June – 2nd July, 2017.

In its Second edition, the conference will include various events like Interactive Lectures, Paper Presentations, Guest Presentations, Debating Sessions, Group Discussions, Life Mapping Exercise, Leadership Development Conversation, and Social and Cultural Night.

We wish to engage young people in meaningful discussions and conversations aimed at making India an inclusively developed country. Our aim is to enhance the learning, sharing and networking experience of our delegates by making the event intimate and people-oriented.

Samvaad 2015, the inaugural edition of Samvaad was held at Ramanujan College (University of Delhi), New Delhi from 26th-28th June, 2015. It was attended by delegates from India’s most prestigious universities such as IIT Kharagpur, NITK Suratkhal, University of Delhi, BHU Varanasi, JNU Delhi, NALSAR Hyderabad, NUJS Kolkata, NLU Jodhpur, GNLU Gandhinagar, RGNUL Patiala, CNLU Patna, NUSRL Ranchi, TNNLU Trichy, Symbiosis University Pune, Christ University Bengaluru, Manipal University, DAVV Indore, JMI New Delhi, VIT University Vellore, UPES Dehradun, and DIT University Dehradun to name a few.

For More Details

Website: www.samvaad.co
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Samvaad.India


The Lucknow Conclave

The Lucknow Conclave is a platform, where leaders of tomorrow discuss and further develop their ideas into reality. It aims to foster leadership qualities amongst students and young professionals by opening a cross-cultural dialogue on issues of global relevance.

Participants will be inspired by – and learn from – speakers who are eminent public figures in politics, business, academia, entertainment, journalism, sports and the NGO sphere.

The Conclave will equip young leaders of tomorrow as responsive, conscious, altruistic and efficacious global citizens empowered to make positive changes in our society.

It is an event for students and young professionals to understand more clearly complex global issues like education, entrepreneurship, governance, healthcare and management, think critically about their responses, and discuss ways in which they can contribute meaningfully to a more secure, just and sustainable future.

For More Details

Website: www.lucknowconclave.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Lucknow.Conclave


Gaon Chaley Hum

Gaon Chaley Hum is the flagship rural immersion programme of Agrasar Foundation. The inaugural edition of programme was organised by Alexis Foundation and YUVA Foundation in collaboration with Model Governance Foundation and Development Alternatives at TARAgram, Jhansi from 5th to 7th April, 2013.

20 selected delegates from around the world will embark on a life changing journey to the Bundelkhand region of India for exploring village life, rural livelihoods, rain water harvesting etc.

For More Details

Website: www.gaonchaleyhum.in
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GaonChaleyHum


World Law Dialogue

A global platform for young people from around the world to come together and debate on issues of prime concern facing the world. The first edition of dialogue will take place from 29th – 31st August, 2013 at Dharwad, India. Organized by Alexis Centre for Study and Research in Law at Karnatak University’s Sir Siddappa Kambali Law College, Dharwad.

The dialogue will have 100 Delegates from around the world who will be divided into 5 Working Groups to engage in 3 Days of Intense Discussions and Legislation Drafting. Focus Areas of the Working Groups are Education, Healthcare, Information Technology, International Relations and Women Empowerment.

The dialogue will have both Formal and Informal Events. Formal Events include Keynote Presentations, Participant Presentations, Panel Discussions, Focus Group Sessions and Action Group Meetings. Informal Events include Global Village, Cultural Night, Fashion Show, Dance and Musical Performances.

For More Details

Website: www.lawdialogue.in
Facebook: www.facebook.com/WorldLawDialogue


Wake Up and Vote India

Model Governance Foundation with the aim to increase political participation have taken this initiative to urge people to go out and vote in the upcoming State Assemblies and the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.

In any democracy, the right to vote and elect our representatives is a great privilege. India fought for years to gain independence. Why should we now be enslaved all over again by mediocre and corrupt leaders? People underestimate and often take for granted this right and duty bestowed on the citizens of India to elect our own representatives to run the country.

So Wake up and Vote India!