Economic & Political Weekly at 50: A Documentary Highlights the Role Played by the 'Small Voice'

The film documents the role that EPW has played and continues to play in promoting research in the social sciences in India and traces its growth as a unique and world class institution.

The film has been directed by Rafeeq Ellias and features interviews with Amartya Sen, Deepak Nayyar, DN Ghosh, Romila Thapar, Ashok Mitra Maithreyi Krishnaraj and Vijayakumar, Reetika Khera, Ramchnadra Guha, Jean Dreze among others.



This film will be shown in New Delhi on 16 November, 2018. Please find the details below: 
Title:  Fifty Years of EPW (Doc Film/English/32 mins) directed by Mr Rafeeq Ellias.
Venue: Gulmohar Hall- India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi
Date:  November 16 (Friday) 7.00pm
Those wishing to attend the screening may please enter from Gate No 3 on Vardhaman Marg. Parking is available in the underground parking at the India Habitat Centre. 


Read more about the EPW here. 

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