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.
Partners’ Meet on 24 August 2022
The Partners’ Meet has long been an annual tradition for Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF), presenting it with the opportunity for it to interact, network, collaborate, share highlights and discuss upcoming projects with its partners.
Terms of Reference for a Photographer/Videographer
The Regional Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) in New Delhi is looking for a photographer/videographer to cover our events and campaigns.
Regional Manager Marketing & Communication
The Regional Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) in New Delhi is looking for a Regional Manager Marketing & Communication. Media engagement and omnichannel marketing communication play an essential role in the foundations work.
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Women entrepreneurs face different challenges and more obstacles than their male counterparts, when breaking into the world of business a webinar that brought together three women, who head startups in India and Germany heard.
Today’s learnings for a better tomorrow
Praja had commissioned the household survey to Hansa Research in December 2020 to understand the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown on livelihood, housing and transport, education and health in Mumbai. The first step towards fixing a problem however is understanding the problem.
Politics of Economic Reforms: Real Lessons from 1991
July 2021 marks the 30th anniversary of the economic liberalization in India. The liberalization began in 1991, with Dr. Manmohan Singh as the then-Finance Minister in the Congress-led coalition government headed by Mr. P.V. Narasimha Rao.
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