Welcome to Global India

A European Training Network that will create the knowledge and expertise required for the EU’s engagement with the new global India.

Who We Are

Global India is a Horizon 2020 funded European Training Network. The network is based in Dublin City University. The network is composed of 6 different EU Universities and has 9 partners in India. The PhD fellows selected will be partnered with European Universities for their PhDs and will have to spend a semester in our Indian University or NGO partners as part of their secondment.

What We Do

The ETN strategy is to provide an integrated training programme that develops research skills along with complementary skills associated with an awareness of the needs of potential non-academic employers and the capacity to translate information and analysis into a variety of forms to suit the needs of a range of recipients.

Recent Blog Posts

Global India is an EU Network Project run under the patronage of the Ireland India Institute in Dublin City University.

Recent Tweets

Free next Wednesday? Then come to this excellent workshop organised @psaitweets SG on Area Studies and IR! https://twitter.com/KennethMcDonagh/status/1202899688887902208

Ken McDonagh@KennethMcDonagh

Looking forward to chairing the panel on India with @LawGovDCU colleagues @diarmuidtorney @jscotli & Dr Markus Pauli - come join us! https://twitter.com/GlobalIndiaETN/status/1202898745865777154

Come hear @GlobalIndiaETN & @DCUIndia colleagues discuss the rise of India @dfatirl on Dec 18th as part of @psaitweets SG on IR & Area Studies work shop on how a rising India & China present opportunities & challenges for Ireland & the EU: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/psai-workshop-the-rise-of-china-and-india-tickets-83826004837

25 November | #IBEIresearchSeminar
Antía Mato (Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient) will discuss the implications of examining the #Kashmir dispute from a borderland perspective, focusing on how conflict is manifested in territory & political space. More info: http://bit.ly/2QtIW7n

Leaving this workshop with optimism regarding the prospects for the EU India partnership & many new ideas. Thanks to the organizers and participants for all the great input @TimoLowinger @AnjaZurn @PhilippGieg @AxelNordenstam @SalmaBava @dhanasreej @stebenaglia @nicolaskoehler

At a Roundtable on EU-India Strategic Partnership: Trends & Possibilities held at Center for European Studies/JNU, New Delhi. Other speakers include H.E. Ugo Astuto, European Union Ambassador to India, Brendan Ward, Ambassador of Ireland to India, Ambassador Bhaswati Mukherji

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