Aditi: a new resource on think tanks and for think tanks

3 December 2015
Center for Study o­­­f Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) in India is launching a new resource for and on think tanks. Adit has been redesigned as an issue-based blog. The first issue is focused on funding.

Last year, On Think Tanks published a series of blog posts drawn from a new resource for think tanks: Aditi.

Admit is a bulletin on and for the global think tank community that was first introduced in 2014 by the Center for Study o­­­f Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP).

Due to the support and encouragement Aditi received, CSTEP has decided to continue with this publication but with a few improvements. Aditi will continue to showcase knowledge and experiences from the think tank world, primarily from developing nations.

As usual, On Think Tanks is keen to support efforts by think tanks to think about their own sector and the nature of their particular kind of organisation.

What’s new in 2015? Aditi has a new look: From now on it will be published as an issue-based blog available at:

The first issue (of 2015) is focused on funding -with an emphasis on domestic funding. The issues to follow will explore themes such as communications and policy influence -and, possibly, many more.