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

@VaniLeah and @shounakset (King's College London) have organised a talk with @RaniDMullen as part of @GlobalIndiaETN Ambassadors. This event will be held online Tuesday at 16.15 (BST), join here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_e2OuqQFTT_GeGcTe_Xeh-A

Very impressed by the presentation of @RayProma on her exploration of Mamata Banerjee's asceticism and what it means for populism and gendered performances of self


"Only through a shifting of the lens where the Adivasis are recognised as interlocutors in discussions on conflict transformation can there be a genuine engagement with the long unresolved issues..."

"...suspicion and lack of trust emerging from failed experiments with negotiations in the past continue to limit... meaningful engagement with conflict transformation processes in regions with Maoist presence."
✍️ @kaushikvidushi and Denise Ripamonti

For more, check out their book chapter Maoist Conflict in India, originally published in Richmond O., @gezimvisoka (eds) The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies.