Our office in New Delhi oversees programs both in India and neighboring countries and has been in operation since 1990. In India, we work on our four focal areas: market economy, urban governance, digital transformation and human rights. We focus on making cities more liberal for their citizens, harnessing the power of the revolutionary Right to Information Act, ensuring property rights for marginalised communities as well as we support Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Rights in India. We pursue these goals in partnership with policymakers, business leaders, national and international NGOs, universities as well as think tanks.
Travel Management Agency
The Regional Office of FNF in New Delhi is seeking a Travel Management Agency to provide comprehensive travel management services for PAN India and International destinations.
IT Support Services
The Regional Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom South Asia is inviting quotations from IT support providers.
Creative Design Agency
The Regional Office of FNF in New Delhi is looking for a Creative Design Agency to develop visually compelling and impactful designs for our work.
The Regional Office of Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom in New Delhi is inviting proposals from courier service vendors to establish a reliable and cost-efficient partnership for fulfilling our courier requirements.
India's Demographic Milestone
This webtalk aims to explore the multiple dimensions of India's population milestone and provide a comprehensive understanding of its economic, political, and social implications and challenges for India and its neighbors.
Study Tour visit Report on Renewable Energy Transition
The weeklong interactive study tour organized by the World Order and Globalization Hub in May 2023 with the energy stakeholders in Washington DC and Portland, Oregon, was a rather insightful visit. This interaction that was organized with the larger theme of 'Renewable Energy Transition' was a learning process on many fronts.
Seeking Marriage Equality
What is currently taking place at the Supreme Court of India is nothing short of a historical moment. After the Supreme Court decriminalized Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code and held that same-sex conduct between two consenting adults would not be a criminal offence, it is now hearing 19 petitions which have been filed seeking marriage equality and legal recognition of marriage between two persons, irrespective of their sexual orientation or gender identity.