The plight of the Rohinga people in Burma is worsening, as shown in this video on YouTube.
Malvika Gupta is a Delhi-born research student in the Department of Education, Delhi University, who has specialised in the issue of tribal education. Felix Padel is a London-born anthropologist, author of several books and many articles on the tribal and environmental situation in India. Recently he has been Visiting Professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University in […]
This review of Woodsmoke and Leafcups by Madhu Ramnath was recently published in ‘The Hindu‘ newspaper in India. Review Article Felix Padel Woodsmoke and Leafcups (PDF)
Mission Saranda is a new book written by Gladson DungDung, with a foreword by Dr Felix Padel, and reviewed by John Rowley, member of the Executive Committee of the Gandhi Foundation. Mission Saranda review John Rowley (PDF file)
This book review was originally published in the Quarterly Journal of the GANDHI PEACE FOUNDATION, Gandhi Marg, Volume 37 Number 1 April-June 2015, pp 191-200. The review published here has had a few minor typing errors corrected. An Oedipal Crime reviewed by Antony Copley (PDF file)
For Immediate Release — The stark reality is that there are still around 2,500 Rohingya who are stranded in the Andaman Sea. Their exact location is unknown. Their exact number is unknown and the condition of those on board is unknown. The families they’ve left behind, their compatriots who have managed to reach shores, […]
In 1931, two of the world’s most celebrated and influential men met in a house in Canning Town. Now the historic meeting has been marked with a specially created garden near to the site where it took place, a since demolished house in Beckton Road that belonged to a friend of Gandhi. Read the full […]