NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
Our Vision and Mission
The Indian Social Institute, New Delhi was established in 1951 in response to the challenges of nation- building and a new emerging social order of independent India. It has evolved its vision, mission, goals and objectives in responding to the changing situation in the country in the spirit of a learning organisation over the last sixty-five years.
To build a just, humane, secular, democratic and inclusive Indian society wherein the poor and marginalized communities cherish equality, dignity, freedom, justice, peace and harmony.
To engage in social transformation through socially relevant research, training, publication and advocacy works aimed at integral development of the marginalized communities, particularly the Dalits, Adivasis/tribals, women, minorities, unorganized and landless labourers in partnership with academicians, people's movements, human rights organizations and ecological movements nationally and internationally.
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