Think tank

South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research

SACRIR

Northwest Arkansas, United States

South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research (SACRIR) was founded in Jan 2011 by scholars, professionals and free thinkers from the historic Northwest Arkansas area. It was later joined by many others of varied backgrounds from various corners of U.S, India and southern Asia. The main objective of SACRIR is to encourage independent research studies on Indian subcontinent, from the river Kabul on the west to banks to the Irawaddy in east, from central Asian Silk Route to the Indian Ocean.

Contact details

Website:
http://www.sacrir.org/

Address:
N/A

Country:
United States

Sub-region:
Northern America

Areas of focus

Geographics of focus
South Asia
Operating languages
English

Organisation details

Business model
Non-profit
Institutional affiliations
Independent
Year founded
2011
Age (years)
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 11
United States average
 40
Global average
 33
Founded by
Founders: Ajoy Chattopadhyay
Founder gender: All male
Leadership
Leader(s) (2017): Not listed
Staff size
2019
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 2
United States average
 72
Global average
 139
2017
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 3
% Female staff
2019
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
50% 
United States average
46% 
Global average
42% 

Social

Twitter
Followers (2019)
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 141
United States average
 34,931
Global average
 16,331
Followers (2018)
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 111
Followers (2017)
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 74
Subscribers (2019)
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 1
United States average
 12,081
Global average
 6,574
Subscribers (2017)
South Asian Center for Reintegration and Independent Research
 1

Data notes

Last updated: 01/04/2020
Rating of data accuracy (find out more): OTT reviewed
Data sources consulted: Organisation´s website, Wikipedia: List of think tanks
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