r.i.c.e webinar on ‘Gender and mental health in Bihar and India: Developing tools for effective measurement’
July 10th, 2020 (IST) / July 9th, 2020 (US Pacific)
Online- see below for the registration link
r.i.c.e is delighted to invite everyone for a webinar titled " Gender and mental health in Bihar and India: Developing tools for effective measurement". The webinar is being organized in collaboration with the International Growth Centre (IGC). Read More..
3:00-6:00pm, Jan 9, 2018
India Habitat Centre, Magnolia Hall, New Delhi
October & November 2017
IIT, Ambedkar University, JNU
Diane Coffey will be presenting findings from ‘Measuring Explicit Prejudice: Findings from Social Attitudes Research, India’, a paper that uses data from a new phone survey on social attitudes, discrimination, and prejudice. Several presentations are planned, as below - please join us as we discuss! -October 10th at the Humanities & Social Sciences Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. -October 11th at the School of Liberal Studies, Ambedkar University, Delhi. -November 3rd at the Center for the Study of Regional Development, Jawahal Lal Nehru University, Delhi.Read More..
July 14, 2017
India Habitat Center, Delhi
r.i.c.e. is delighted to announce Harper Collins’ publication in July of Dean and Diane’s new book Where India Goes: Abandoned Toilets, Stunted Development, and the Costs of Caste. Book launch: Come for snacks and discussion at 7:20 pm, Friday 14 July at the Juniper Room of the India Habitat Centre in Delhi. AIIS Joseph Elder Prize: We are honored that Where India Goes has received the 2017 Joseph Elder book prize in the Indian social sciences. Foreword by Angus Deaton: r.i.c.e. is grateful to Nobel laureate economist Angus Deaton for his foreword to Where India Goes.Read More..
Over the years
This post lists events that r.i.c.e. has been a part of. To request a presentation from the event, please feel free to contact the presenter at the event. Some of these presentations might be available on out presentations page. See https://riceinstitute.org/presentations/ Read More..
Conference on Purity, Untouchability, and Open Defecation: Starting a Conversation for a Swacch Bharat
29th September, 2015
Jawaharlal Nehru University, Convention Centre
To mark one year of the Swacch Bharat Mission, r.i.c.e. organized a conference in collaboration with the Indian Institute for Dalit Studies. The goal of the conference was to explore connections between beliefs in purity and untouchability and the practice of open defecation.Read More..
14-17th Oct, 2014
UNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
As part of the UNC Water and Health Conference, r.i.c.e. had organised events and poster presentations on sanitation and health in India. You can see them here., Read More..
August 2 and 3, 2013
Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi
rice had co-organised an international conference on “Child Height, Stunting, Early Life Disease and Sanitation” at the Delhi School of Economics (DSE), along with the Centre for Development Economics (CDE) at the DSE. The conference was supported by the Water and Sanitation Programme – South Asia and was held on the 2nd and the 3rd of August, 2013. Read More..