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“State, private property and the Supreme Court”

SAI Graduate Student and SJD candidate at Harvard Law School Associate Namita Wahi’s article on reinstatement of the right to property in the Indian Constitution was published in the magazine Frontline. In the article, Wahi argues that the right to property will...

Global Trends in Legal Education Conference Held in Lahore

Center for Law and Policy (CLP) hosted the first conference of Global Trends in Legal Education (GTLE), titled “Clinical and Experiential Learning,” on 11 August 2012 at Pearl Continental Hotel, Lahore. The conference was designed to analyze the goals of clinical and...

World Bank New Delhi Summer Series

Should the Right to Property Return? Namita Wahi, Harvard Law School and Center for Policy Research spoke on Friday, August 17 at the World Bank Office in New Delhi. She examined the checkered history of the constitutional property rights provision in order to provide...

Harvard University Muslim Alumni Event in Lahore

Harvard University Muslim Alumni (HUMA) hosted an event on August 4, 2012 in Lahore, in order to provide a networking opportunity to Harvard alumni in the city. Despite a storm, alumni of Harvard Law School, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Business School, and Harvard...

BRAC and SAI Form Partnership

To further its presence in Bangladesh, Harvard’s South Asia Initiative is working with BRAC, a Bangladeshi organization recognized as a leader the world efforts to alleviate poverty. BRAC provides SAI with information from the frontlines, keeping it up-to-date...

SAI in Pakistan Safarnama (July 2012)

In July 2012, SAI Associate Director Meena Hewett traveled to Pakistan to meet with current and new SAI affiliates and partner organizations. A safarnama refers to travel literature written during the 11th century by Nasir Khusraw: known as the Book of Travels, the...

AMAN Foundation Partners with Harvard University, Center for Economic Research in Pakistan, and Tameer MicroFinance Bank Ltd. to Strengthen Financial Investment in Education

AMAN Foundation Partners with Harvard University, Center for Economic Research in Pakistan, and Tameer MicroFinance Bank Ltd. to Strengthen Financial Investment in Education

Karachi–The Aman Foundation,SAI, the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP) and Tameer Micro Finance Bank Ltd. presented their latest collaborative project which will facilitate low cost, quality education for the rural poor of Pakistan. The event was attended by several experts from the community and about a hundred people in total.

Health in South Asia: Lessons For and From the World

On April 26-27, SAI brought together global experts with deep research, implementation and policy experience to learn and find new modes for global exchange. Read more about the symposium and the abstracts submitted for this symposium: Visit the Site