This is the third in a series of three recaps of SAI’s Symposium, which took place on May 5 and 6, 2016. By Shajia Sarfraz, EdM Candidate, Harvard Graduate School of Education; SAI Student Coordinator Who speaks for democracy in South Asia? Whose voices are encouraged? Whose voices are supported? Whose responsibility is it to aid in the development of democratic…
SAI spoke to several graduating students who have been involved with SAI during their time at Harvard.
How have liberal freedoms (such as freedom of expression, religious practice, and association) been managed in democracies across the world? At SAI's Symposium on May 6, a panel facilitated by Ashutosh Varshney, Brown University, addressed this question and more.
What should a school of education in Pakistan look like? On May 6, SAI hosted a roundtable discussion at Harvard to address this question with scholars, administrators, and leaders in the field of education from across the US and Pakistan.
"Nepal's constitution is a milestone, and it's a living document that should be taken to the people for broader engagement," said Alaina B. Teplitz, US Ambassador to Nepal, at a recent meeting in Kathmandu of the Harvard Alumni Group in Nepal.