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About India Organisation for Diaspora Initiatives - New Delhi Diaspora Studies Indian Diaspora

India Organisation for Diaspora Initiatives, New Delhi Diaspora Studies Indian Diaspora India Organisation for Diaspora Initiatives - New Delhi Diaspora Studies Indian Diaspora Organization for Diaspora Initiatives (ODI) is working to understand the status and role of diasporic communities across the globe? both in domestic and international context. It maps the emerging roles, networks and operations of different Diasporic communities as a resource in the international civil society space as well as in the host and the home countries. ODI interacts and links various Diasporic communities to ensure a voice and place for large number of communities who feel disempowered under a water tight state based international system. ODI attempts to understand Diasporas by comparing and contrasting their experiences. In this comparative framework, Indian Diasporas, which developed its networks and organizations in the last two decades, is a prime focus of study, both in historical and contemporary perspectives. Head ?office of ODI ?is located in New Delhi, India. It has several sister organizations registered in many countries. It includes people and organizations of Indian and non-Indian origin. It has a biannual refereed research journal Diasporas Studies published by Routledge, U.K. It organizes and participates in conferences, seminars and other interactive activities of Indian and other Diasporas. It is actively engaged in researching and publishing books, journal and occasional papers on Indian and other Diasporas. It takes up comparative research projects on different aspects of Diasporas, including on diaspora policies of different countries, utilization of Diasporas as resource by the host countries, the role of Diasporas in development and nation building and the impacts of globalisation on diasporic networks, organisations and movements.
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