I-PAC Launches NAF To Pay Tribute To Mahatma Gandhi
Hyderabad: Within 30 days of its launch, the National Agenda Forum (NAF) has garnered huge support from all across the country. So far 28,901 youth associates, 142 distinguished personalities and 206 civil society organizations have joined their ever-growing NAF ecosystem.
Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC) launched the National Agenda Forum (NAF) as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary year on 29th June 2018. NAF is a pan-India initiative to resurrect the conversation around Gandhiji's 18-point Constructive Programme and use it to re-imagine and co-create India's priorities to formulate an actionable agenda for contemporary India.
Till date - 28,901 youth associates from 4,219 colleges, 142 distinguished personalities from 6 countries and 20 states, and 206 civil society organizations spread across 346 districts have joined the ever-growing NAF ecosystem.
The National Agenda Forum has garnered support from a diverse group of people and
organizations, which includes:
Gandhian thought in India), Dr. Ravindra Kumar (Padma Shri Awardee, Sardar Patel
National Awardee), Natwar Thakkar (Padma Shri awardee, Jamnalal Bajaj awardee), Dr. D Chelladurai (Dean, Gandhi Research Foundation), Baji Mohammad (Freedom fighter)Gandhian organizations, such as, Gandhi Smarak Nidhi, Sarvodaya Ashram, Gandhi Mission International Society of India, etc.
Meghalaya), Justice N.N Mathur (Former Judge, Rajasthan and Gujarat High Courts)
Phogat (Wrestler, Commonwealth Games Medalist), Mr. IM Vijayan (Former Captain,
Indian Football Team), Ishwwar Pandey (Cricketer), etc.
Lyricist), Shyam Rangeela (Mimicry Artist), Pammi Bai (Singer, Songwriter, and
Bhangra Dancer), etc.
Over the next couple of weeks, I-PAC plans to reach out to students in 750 colleges and 320 civil society organizations across 21 states, during our field visits.
The voting is still open; citizens can continue to become a part of NAF by logging
in to their official website and voting on the agenda and the leader.
Indian Political Action Committee (I-PAC) is the platform of choice for students and young professionals to participate in and make meaningful contribution to political affairs and governance of the country, without necessarily being part of a political party.
Started as Citizens for Accountable Governance (CAG) in 2013, I-PAC has brought some of the best minds from diverse academic and professional backgrounds together and provided them with a unique opportunity to become a part of the election process and influence policy making in India.
I-PAC works with visionary leaders with a proven track record. In the process, the group helps them set a citizen-centric agenda and partners with them to conceptualize & implement the most effective methods of taking it to the public and gathering mass support.