People on Frontpage
With continuous encouragement and advice from the industry experts, born in April 2009, Frontpage is committed to excel in publishing critical debates.
Abhijit Mazumder is the Director and CEO, Frontpage; Abhijit, a master in business management, has more than 27 years’ professional experience in publishing in both India and the UK. Before developing Frontpage, Abhijit was the Director, Anthem Press where he had moved from Oxford University Press. One can reach Abhijit at: email@example.com
is the Director (Finance); he joins Frontpage with his long senior managerial experience with a nationalised bank in India. A veteran art critic and documentary film director, Goutam makes a perfect blend between creativity and financial control for the rise of Frontpage.
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Frontpage Motivating Force
Smt Mahasweta Devi
was a renowned social activist, litterateur, and recipient of Padma Vibhushan, Magasasay, Sahitya Akademi and Jnanpith awards. A direct disciple of Tagore, Mahasweta Devi is now dedicated herself to alleviate the status of Lodhas and Shabars, the tribal communities of West Bengal, women, dalits and other oppressed members in the society. Mahasweta Devi left us at Kolkata on 28 July 2016.
Dr Vandana Shiva
, a recipient of Right Livelihood Award (known as the Alternative Nobel Prize), has all along fought for changes in the practice and paradigms of agriculture and food. Intellectual property rights, global solidarity movement, biodiversity, biotechnology, bioethics, genetic engineering are the critical areas where Shiva has contributed intellectually and through activist campaigns.
Dr Bandana Purkayastha
is the Professor & Head, Department of Sociology and Professor, Department of Asian American Studies, University of Connecticut, USA. An eloquent exponent of human rights, Professor Purkayastha’s current research areas focus on the intersection of racial ethnicity, gender and class.
Professor Amii Omara-Otunnu
is the UNESCO Chair in Human Rights and the Executive Director of the Institute of Comparative Human Rights, USA. Since his student days, Amii has been involved in movements for human rights and social justice in pre and post-apartheid South Africa, and was conferred the Luminary Award by the World Affairs Council for honouring his contribution in global affairs.