The advisory group of Dishaa - an initiative for future leaders
in the United Kingdom and India - has set a challenge to be
investigated by 40 high potential individuals from the private,
public, government and not-for-profit sectors in 2011.
The emerging leaders from the United
Kingdom and India will investigate solutions, and wider
implications, to the following challenge in Pune, India over four
days early next year:
Heart surgery at $1,000
(USD) - what has to change in how society operates and innovates to
make a reality?
This challenge will be announced by the Advisory Group Chair of
Dishaa, Sudhakar Rao, at the British High Commission in Delhi
Find out more about
Dishaa on our website, and you can also read our media release
about the Advisory Group meeting or download a media pack.
Dishaa - an initiative for future leaders in the United Kingdom
and India, will be launched at the British High Commission in Delhi
in partnership with Common Purpose tonight.
Dishaa will provide insights into the future of UK-India
relations while investing in future leadership development across
India and the United Kingdom. The initiative was first announced by
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, in July 2010.
The Dishaa Advisory Group will set the challenge for the group
of 40 participants in the first stage of the initiative today.
"Dishaa is Hindi for direction. Dishaa enables future
leaders to see how much can be gained through links between the UK
and India as they set the direction for their lives and
careers," said Dishaa Advisory Group Chair, Sudhakar Rao.
Read our media release for more...