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Friday, November 20, 2009

Right every Wrong Conclave and Karmaveer Puraskaar 2009

Dear Friends,

iCONGO is organising the 4th RIGHT every WRONG conclave on 27th November at Lok Kala Manch, Lodi Road, New Delhi, in partnership with NNFI, PPI, Project Vijay, National Foundation for Communal Harmony ( an autonomous body under the Ministry of Home Affairs) and various other partners. The Summit will be Co-Chaired by an eminent group of thought leaders from India and abroad.

‘Confronting The Challenge of Combating Corruption And Related issues’, the theme of this year's programme, places particular emphasis on the role of citizen action in this context.

As is the case with many developing nations, Corruption is rampant and widespread in India. Criminalization of the Indian Politics is a problem. Talking tough alone will not yield any results unless the deep rooted causes of corruption are identified and treated. Hereby, our endeavour is to get an insight into what evil rests in our judicial and political system. So here is an opportunity for all of us to understand our responsibilities, voice our thoughts and do our bit in giving our nation the future it deserves.

Various thought leaders from civil society, business and government, as well as socially conscious reporting press from major international and Indian media organizations, will be joining us for the event.

We would be delighted if you could participate in the conclave workspace by participating and giving your feedback and suggestions on creating a corruption free system to make India a truly world class and greatest democracy where people have the power to be and lead the change. More details and conclave brochure are on

Bursaries available for deserving students and Civil society leaders. For details and registrations please refer to the attached mailer or contact

Snigdha Narain- Mobile: +91 9711773625, Email:

Please also join us for the KARMAVEER PURASKAAR awards ceremony on 26th November, at IILM Auditorium, Lodi Road, New Delhi

Thanking You


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