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New issue of Sydasien now available

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The latest issue of the Sydasien magazine tells the story of a school for differently abled children in Nepal and takes a closer look at abortion practices in Sri Lanka, among others.

Read the latest issue here.

The latest issue of Sydasien is now available

Through a new collaboration between Sydasien and SASNET the magazine once again appears in print, this time biannually. Through SASNET the online version of Sydasien gains more depth as a platform for reports and articles that present new research on South Asia in a clear and accessible manner. Selected articles appear in the printed version of Sydasien.

The printed version is sent out to researchers, journalists and old subscribers. It is also be handed out at events in the hope of further spreading knowledge of the region to a broader audience. 

Do you want to contribute with knowledge about South Asia which nuances the image of the region provided by mainstream media? Would you like to share your research findings with a broader audience? Do you have students who have done fieldwork in the region and want report their findings? Do you want to spread your journalistic work on the region? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, please contact us at the addresses below.

Finally, feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns, or if you want a copy of the new print version of the magazine.

andreas [dot] johansson [at] sasnet [dot] lu [dot] se (andreas[dot]johansson[at]sasnet[dot]lu[dot]se)

redaktionen [at] sydasien [dot] se (redaktionen[at]sydasien[dot]se)