Welcome to Indian Social Institute New Delhi

 

 

NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

 

History of Indian Social Institute

The Founder
The Indian Social Institute (ISI) was founded in 1951 by Fr.Jerome D'Souza a Jesuit Priest, educationist, remarkably active in the civil society of the days of Independence. He had mediated between the Vatican and Nehru about ending Portuguese control over Indian churches. He was a member of the Indian Constituent Assembly and four times India's delegate to the United Nation's General Assembly. A man committed to political action, social concerns, national welfare, he was known among fellow nationals of all faiths for his feel for national concerns.
 
The above concerns of the founder were to be those of the Institute, guiding its growth and development in the years to come. The goal of the institute as defined by its founder was “to contribute to the emergence of a new social order in post-Independence India". These contributions were to be at two levels: theory and practice

 

 

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