Gurmehar Kaur: Book Reading and Discussion 19-02-2019 | Nissan Lecture Theatre, St Antony’s College
We are thrilled to announce a book reading and discussion with Gurmehar Kaur, student activist and author, who has been hailed by Time Magazine as a ‘free speech warrior’ and Next Generation Leader. Ms Kaur will be reading from her new book: ‘The Young and The Restless: Youth and Politics in India’
Experience the heart of India with our range of cultural events 18-05-2018 | May, 4: Bollywood Party, Emporium; 10 PM onward May, 6: Qawwali Night, Lady Margaret Hall; 7 to 10 PM May, 18: Spring Sangeet, Wolfson College; 6.30 PM onward
This term, we bring a variety of events to showcase Indian and South Asian culture
The Changing Tide of India-UK Relations: Past, Present and Future; 23rd February 23-02-2018 | Flora Anderson Hall, Somerville College
Somerville College and the Oxford-India Society presents this Speaker Series Event. Last year the UK and India commemorated 70 years since partition. Britain has long and complex ties to India, as Brexit approaches there are vital questions around the UK's future relationship with its former colony. What scope is there for the UK to forge a special relationship with India post-Brexit Britain.
Oxford India Speaker Series and Saïd Business School were honored to
welcome Ajay G. Piramal, Chairman, Piramal Group & Shriram Group, to
speak at Said Business School on Tuesday, June 13 2017. The event spanned a range of topics including entrepreneurship, the future of the Indian economy and business ethics.
The event was followed by a short networking drinks reception.
On the occasion of International Women's Day, senior lawyer at the
Bombay High Court and women's rights activist, Adv. Abha Singh, the
prosecutor lawyer for the famous Salman Khan case, gave a talk
titled "Moving Towards Gender Justice: the Evolving Rights of Indian
Women". She deliberated on the upcoming surrogacy bill, and the
complex issues of right to pray and triple talaq that have come before
the Supreme Court of India.