Trainings

ìpolicy for Young Leaders, St. Stephen's College, 18-21 June

Event Date: 18 Jun To 21 Jun 2015; Time: N/A
Venue: St. Stephen's College

Applications for the 'ipolicy', a four day residential course in public policy are now open! Join Centre for Civil Society for an outside classroom experience like no other and be equipped with the fundamentals of political economy and sound public policy. Understand current challenges and effectively advocate for solutions that will change the policy landscape for the better!

(The programs are open to all students, graduates, post graduates or who've recently started working.)

Deadline to apply: 30 May, 2015. To apply and more details click here.

Researching Reality Internship 2015

Event Date: 05 Jun To 17 Jul 2015; Time: N/A
Venue: CCS Office

Dates to watch:

  • Application Deadline: Thursday, 30 April 2015
  • First list announcement: Monday, 04 May 2015
  • Interviews: Saturday-Sunday, 9-10 May 2015
  • Final list announcement: Monday, 11 May 2015
  • Internship dates: 5 June - 17 July 2015

Apply Now!

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ìpolicy for Young Leaders, St. Stephen's College, 4-7 June

Event Date: 04 Jun To 07 Jun 2015; Time: N/A
Venue: St. Stephen's College, New Delhi

Applications for the 'ipolicy', a four day residential course in public policy are now open! Join Centre for Civil Society for an outside classroom experience like no other and be equipped with the fundamentals of political economy and sound public policy. Understand current challenges and effectively advocate for solutions that will change the policy landscape for the better!

(The programs are open to all students, graduates, post graduates or who've recently started working.)

Deadline to apply: 30 May, 2015. To apply and more details click here.

ìpolicy for Young Leaders, Jindal Global University, March 2015

Event Date: 07 Mar To 10 Mar 2015; Time: N/A
Venue: Jindal Global University, Sonepat

ìpolicy for Young Leaders aims to reach out to undergraduates, graduates, post graduates and recent graduates who have just started working. CCS believes that such individuals hold the power to change the future, and because they are currently in a space where their belief and knowledge could be channelized and strengthened through exposure to ideas of a free society.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To create a fun, open, and respectful environment where everyone is encouraged to think critically about social, economic, and political issues.
  • To evoke in participants a passionate inquiry into their own values and role in creating a good society.
  • To equip participants with fundamental concepts of political economy and sound public policy to enable them understand the root cause of current challenges and effectively advocate for policy solutions through their current work and future professions.
  • To plug participants into a global network of opportunities to propel their intellectual growth, make personal connections and access resources to help them advance their vision of a free society.

ELIGIBILITY: The program is open to all students and recent graduates. The course has been designed to make each session participatory and has been limited to 40 participants.

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Credit Course on Law and Public Policy, NUJS, February, 2015

Event Date: 16 Feb To 27 Feb 2015; Time: N/A
Venue: West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

With an emphasis on first principles, this course will encourage students to think critically about social, economic, and political issues and ask fundamental questions on what makes a ‘free & just society’. It will further highlight the importance of sound public policy and the role of robust institutions in driving the country’s growth.

The module will focus on the principles, theory, and tools of law, economics & public policy, and will be supplemented by case studies to contextualise students’ learning. The course will be based on three key areas of study –law & economics, public choice theory, and public policy. The course will be composed of lectures and classroom discussions based on readings and case studies