THE IRELAND INDIA INSTITUTE – PROMOTING ACADEMIC, RESEARCH AND CULTURAL LINKS BETWEEN IRELAND AND INDIA

The Ireland India Institute, at Dublin City University, supports collaboration in education, research and knowledge exchange between Ireland and India. The Institute builds on the political and cultural affinities between the two countries, and their record of historical links, to develop a greater cultural awareness of India in Ireland. Its primary aim is to act as a knowledge exchange hub that links DCU and Indian academics, with cultural organisations, civil society organisations, public institutions and business in Ireland and India.

ICCR Chair & Global India
Research and Engagement

We are currently engaged in an ETN H2020 project, Global India. Every year, we host an Indian Council for Cultural Chair, coming from an Indian University. This year, Prof. Mondira Dutta has joined us.

Conferences and Events
Conferences and Seminars

The Ireland India Institute is pleased to announce its Third Conference on South Asia, which will be held on the 24-26 April 2019 in All Hallows Campus, Dublin City University.  The programme will soon to be displayed. Follow EVENTS page for further information.

cultural activities
Cultural Activities

A symposium on Unpublished Material(s) with Dr Anjali Nerlekar, Associate Professor at Rutgers University and Curator of Bombay Poets Archive, will be held on 20 May 2019 in Seamus Heaney Hall, St Patrick’s Campus, Dublin City University, from 1 to 7 pm.

ICCR Chair & Global India
Research and Engagement

We are currently engaged in an ETN H2020 project, Global India. Every year, we host an Indian Council for Cultural Chair, coming from an Indian University. This year, Prof. Mondira Dutta has joined us.

Conferences and Events
Conferences and Seminars

The Ireland India Institute is pleased to announce its Third Conference on South Asia, which will be held on the 24-26 April 2019 in All Hallows Campus, Dublin City University.  Follow EVENTS page for further information.

cultural activities
Cultural Activities

A symposium on Unpublished Material(s) with Dr Anjali Nerlekar, Associate Professor at Rutgers University and Curator of Bombay Poets Archive, will be held on 20 May 2019 in Seamus Heaney Hall, St Patrick’s Campus, Dublin City University, from 1 to 7 pm.

News

Global India

Global India is European Training Network, funded by the European Union. The Ireland India Institute is managing the project.

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