EXPLORE THE IDEA OF LIBERTY IN TODAY'S POLITICS: REGISTER NOW TO ATTEND OUR BIGGEST CONFERENCE!
Swatantra Party, founded in 1959, was India’s first and only national political party to advance principles of free enterprise
, personal liberty
, and individual rights
. Featuring voices of prominent liberal thinkers, the party was the only substantive alternative to Nehruvian socialism at a time when the political theatre of India was monopolised by the stringent Congress Party system.
Centred around the launch of over 27000 historical papers from the party's offices, CCS is bringing together intellectuals, historians, and political experts to reflect upon the legacy of the erstwhile Swatantra party. The panels will also be exploring the idea of liberty in politics, as well as examining the relevance of a truly liberal political party in today's India.
Date: 3 February 2018
Venue: Auditorium, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi
Time: 10 AM to 6 PM
Kindly note that all delegates interested in participating in the conference are urged to register beforehand so as to reserve their seats.
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LATEST ON SO: ECONOMICS OF DAL DIPLOMACY by Karan Tripathi
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In an attempt to douse out the rising agitation amongst the rural agrarian population of Gujarat, the Centre has imposed a 30% tariff on chickpea and red lentils. Reflective of India’s short sightedness in policy-making, Karan Tripathi comments on how these seesaw tariff trends can have adverse diplomatic effects for the country, with very little relief back home!
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CALLING ALL CCS ALUMNI:
JOIN US AT ZORBA THE BUDDHA FOR THE MUCH AWAITED ALUMNI RETREAT!
Having completed 20 years of Liberty, we are excited to invite all members of the extended CCS family to our 2nd Annual Residential Alumni Retreat at Zorba the Buddha
If you have attended CCS workshops / courses, you are welcome to register and join us in enjoying a day full of fun activities and networking opportunities. Mingling with cohorts of fellow grads and alumni from across the past 20 years, this is a great opportunity to meet new friends from diverse backgrounds and professions! More details coming soon!
Date: 23-24 February 2018
Venue: Zorba The Buddha, New Delhi
JOIN US TO KICKSTART YOUR SPRING!
Centre for Civil Society is accepting applications from versatile and academically sound candidates for our spring internship program.
Interested applicants, who can commit to working with us, full-time for 1 - 2 months, can send their CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org
with a short cover letter
explaining why they should be selected (extra points for being creative).