Freedom Gazette is built upon the energy and thriving creativity of the Indian people. We welcome ideas, solutions and essays for our website from unsolicited contributors. We assure our writers an influential audience of national and international academics, journalists and policymakers, through the reach of our social media networks and mailing lists. As a policy advocacy venture, we take the task of popularising the ideas and solutions of our writers very seriously.
Essays in our Features sections are typically about 800-1200 words in length and will be consistent with our ideals and principles. On occasion, the Editorial Team would be willing to relax the word limit to up to 1500, but these are exceptions. Please refer to the content objectives of each of our Features sections for further information.
For those who seek to counter the opinions aired in any of our Features essays, we curate the Point of Order section. Essays in this section are typically about 400-1000 words in length. We welcome thought-provoking submissions from across the ideological spectrum for this section and we are committed to nurturing an atmosphere of rich and productive debate.
Our core mission is to educate the general public on various complex policy issues. While many of our readers are public intellectuals and decision-makers, we also seek – in particular – to influence the thinking of the common voter, who may be unfamiliar with many of these issues. Therefore, while we ask you to retain the intellectual rigour of your academic research, we also ask that your essays be lucid and pleasant to read, including the avoidance of technical jargon – so far as possible – and simpler sentence construction.
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