The Indo-Pacific Centre is the public policy arm of Global Law Alliance and was established to examine the existing and potential policy challenges that are prevalent in the Indo-Pacific region. Through the programs and research conducted by the Centre, it will provide an independent platform for policy discussions and a mechanism to convene government, policy-makers, the business sector and international agencies together to examine the key challenges being faced in the region.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Managing Director of Global Law Alliance, Ms. Sharmila Gunasingham, as well as Ms. Krithika Gunasingham, a Director in Global Law Alliance also sit as Directors on the Board of Directors of the Indo-Pacific Centre. Their profiles are available here.
In addition, the Board of Directors of the Indo-Pacific Centre consists of the following persons:
Professor Rohan Gunaratna
Professor Rohan Gunaratna is a professor of Security Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University. Professor Gunaratna is an expert in the field of national security, military counter-terrorism and radicalisation. He is a former Senior Fellow at the Combating Terrorism Centre, United States Military Academy at West Point and at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He continues to train and advise national security agencies and law enforcement authorities across the globe.
Mr. Vivek Anand Oberoi
Vivek Anand Oberoi is an award-winning Bollywood actor. Off-screen, he is also an active member of a charitable foundation run by his family and is actively involved in poverty alleviation, healthcare and disaster resilience policies in India. He has received special awards from the World Health Organisation for his fight against the use of tobacco and an ambassadorship from the United Nations for his work as a youth ambassador of India. Vivek has also been voted the most socially responsible and active member of the Indian Film Industry.
Ms. Divya Hundlani
Ms. Divya Hundlani is a researcher and academic writer in the field of public policy. She holds a Master’s Degree in public policy from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore. Her experience includes work in foreign policy, environmental and economic governance at institutes in Singapore and Sri Lanka. Divya acts as the Project Coordinator for the Indo-Pacific Centre.
The Indo-Pacific Centre serves as the public policy arm of Global Law Alliance. More information on the Centre can be found on its website located here.