Team India Inclusion Summit

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Anusha Reddy- My experience at the IIS 2016

From the civil rights movement to end racial segregation and discrimination in the United States of America to the non-violent civil disobedience movement – Dandi March (Salt March) for freedom in India, history is replete with examples of how individuals organized themselves into collective movements to bring about social change and undo the injustice inflicted… Continue Reading Anusha Reddy- My experience at the IIS 2016

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Meet the Authors: Interview with Meera Shenoy

It was a privilege to speak to Meera Shenoy at the India Inclusion Summit 2016. She is a well-known social change maker, founder of Youth4Jobs, author, advisor, along with donning many other roles in life. Here are the excerpts from the interview, as exchanged with Sapna Ramaiah. Why did you decide to become a social… Continue Reading Meet the Authors: Interview with Meera Shenoy

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Volunteer Dairy of IIS 2016: Sapna Ramaiah

The presentation opened up to a grandeur performance by Ghatam Suresh Vaidyanathan, a top ranked ghatam and multi-percussion artist, with his renowned drummers and musicians. When they wrapped their elite performance with the drum jam, the entire audience gave them a standing ovation. Suresh quoted that the greed, selfishness, and negative feelings within a person… Continue Reading Volunteer Dairy of IIS 2016: Sapna Ramaiah

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My novice experience at the India Inclusion Summit: Sapna Ramaiah

When Ferose, founder of India Inclusion Summit, asked me to join the 5th year celebration of Inclusion, little did I know the magnitude of its energy and exuberance! I was deeply awestruck watching the symposium of unimagined achievements unfold throughout the day. I’m thrilled to share my experience through this blog. India Inclusion Summit is… Continue Reading My novice experience at the India Inclusion Summit: Sapna Ramaiah

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Praveen Rane: IIS has become the beacon of light

The India Inclusion Summit for the un-initiated was commenced in the year 2012, under the leadership of SAP and Ferose. Today Allegis is proud to be a part of this movement and I with all humility represent my organization towards this movement.I have not been exposed to a personal situation, where I have had a… Continue Reading Praveen Rane: IIS has become the beacon of light

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Neha Arora

Coming all the way from Delhi was worthwhile: Neha Arora

It was a regular work day at office, except the fact that I had already resigned and serving the notice period. To embark on a new journey that would change the course of my life forever. While just casually surfing the internet, I came across a Facebook post about some event called India Inclusion Summit.… Continue Reading Coming all the way from Delhi was worthwhile: Neha Arora

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My thoughts on IIS: Sudha Menon

Often times when my mind is weary , when my morale is low and I tend to wallow in self pity, I think of the countless number of gifted men and women who I meet every year at the India Inclusion Summit. These are no ordinary people like you and me but folks who came… Continue Reading My thoughts on IIS: Sudha Menon

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Being part since Inception: Siddharth Jayakumar

I still remember the excitement I had in me when I got a mail invite from MD of SAP LABS to speak at IIS 2012. I circulated that mail to my boss and got permission to be there. I was visiting TAJ Vivanta for the first time in Bangalore and I was sooper hyper! My… Continue Reading Being part since Inception: Siddharth Jayakumar

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IIS Volunteer Experience: Leena Khatri

Been a part of IIS family from last Two years; This is the only thing that can be quantified when you register yourself as a volunteer for IIS. I mean how you can you quantify happiness, friendship, love and humbleness that you feel. How you can you measure the joy when you hear awesome lines,… Continue Reading IIS Volunteer Experience: Leena Khatri

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My Experience at IIS | Malvika Iyer

I still remember the excitement from my first TEDx talk on disability and inclusion in 2013. It was around that time when I read about India Inclusion Summit (IIS) on twitter. The word ‘inclusion’ instantly caught my attention and I began to read more about the summit and its mission. IIS has an amazing mantra:… Continue Reading My Experience at IIS | Malvika Iyer

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