An informed debate backed by research, empirical evidence and popular education is very important to bring awareness and leverage democratic space for promoting alternatives through the active support of a vibrant civil society.
We are committed to promote
critical thinking and stimulate
informed debate on
public policy issues
At Madhyam, we are committed to promote critical thinking, stimulate informed debate on policy issues and disseminate research findings in timely and accessible ways.
With a special focus on macroeconomic policy, Madhyam aims to deepen understanding of finance, trade and investments issues, to examine the repercussions of decisions taken by public and private institutions, and to explore the necessary macroeconomic policies required in order to promote a sustainable and egalitarian path to future development.
We communicate our research findings to a wider community – policymakers, social movements, private sector, media and the public at large – through briefing papers, policy briefs, fact sheets, op-eds, commentaries, citizens’ guides and books. Madhyam pays special attention to public education activities in order to generate greater awareness and interest among the general public.
Madhyam grew out of an earlier research initiative – Public Interest Research Centre – to specifically address public policy issues at the national and international levels. Since its inception, Madhyam has addressed a spectrum of issues of national and international significance and promoted collaborative research networks and partnerships with multiple stakeholders.
We pride ourselves on the
independence of our
We regularly organize workshops, conferences, training programs and outreach events for diverse audiences in India and abroad.
To advance our research, public education and policy goals, Madhyam often collaborate with a range of stakeholders including civil society groups, academia, think-tanks, universities, experts and development practitioners. Madhyam welcomes the engagement with stakeholders across a wide range of issues.
We pride ourselves on the independence of our research work.
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