Two-day Seminar Discusses Different Aspects of the Zoroastrian Community in India

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UNESCO

With the goal of improving physical and socio-psychological health of the Zoroastrian community in India, a two-day seminar is to be held by Parzor (UNESCO Assisted Parsi Zoroastrian Project) in Mumbai, India.

The seminar has been planned for Dec 13-14 at YB Chavan Centre in Mumbai. The focus of the first day is on the socio-economic and demographic aspects of the Zoroastrian community in India, while  on the second day focus will be on the medical and health aspects of the studies.

Speakers are researchers from well-known Indian universities, hospitals and research centers such as South Gujarat University, Bombay Hospital, Tata Institute of Social Sciences and Cancer Research Institute in Mumbai. According to Dr. Shernaz Cama, director of UNESCO Parzor Project, a depository of all the work that has been done by these researchers are to be made available for other researchers in India or abroad who are interested in the social and health aspects of the Parsis.

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