Publications

Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture Series

Anusandhan Trust has instituted the Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture Annual Series on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences to honour the intellectual and academic traditions that Krishna Raj set in place, and in his memory. This is a humble tribute to the memory of the visionary editor of the Economic and Political Weekly (EPW).

Seventh Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences

At Mumbai, February 27, 2015. The Seventh Lecture of the Krishna Raj Memorial was on Rethinking Population Education: Challenging the Gender and Structural Violence of Prevailing Norms .


Sixth Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences

The Sixth Lecture of the Krishna Raj Memorial was on Ethics of Public Health interventions: A view from the frontline.


Fifth Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences

At Mumbai, January 5, 2011. The Fifth Lecture of the Krishna Raj Memorial was on Towards universal, comprehensive and equitable National Health Systems: The 22 Years Brazilian Experience in its context.


Fourth Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences

At Mumbai, April 9, 2010. The Fourth Lecture of the Krishna Raj Memorial was on Equity and Health-Care in the Era of Reforms.


Third Krishna Raj Memorial Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences

At Mumbai, January 10, 2009. The Third Lecture of the Krishna Raj Memorial was on CliniCal Trials and HealthCare regulation in India.


Second Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences

At Pune, March 18, 2008. The Second Lecture of the Krishna Raj Memorial was on Making and Un-making Poverty: Social science, Social Programmes, and Poverty Reduction in India and Elsewhere.


First Krishna Raj Memorial Lecture on Contemporary Issues in Health and Social Sciences

At Mumbai, December 8, 2006. The First Lecture of the Krishna Raj Memorial was on Making and Un-making Poverty: Social science, Social Programmes, and Poverty Reduction in India and Elsewhere.