Looking Beyond the Binaries of Aadhaar
With the government mandating the linking of phone numbers and bank accounts with Aadhaar, the distinction between an efficient government and an Orwellian state has become a notable element of popular TV debate shows and public discussions. But between all this hyperbole and impassioned rhetoric, the need to dispassionately analyse the system's merits and demerits get often sidelined.
To this end, Centre for Civil Society hosted the second edition of Spontaneous Dialogue on 'Looking Beyond the Binaries of Aadhaar’, with Parth Shah (President, Centre for Civil Society), Ronald Abraham (Partner, IDinsight) and Smriti Parsheera (Consultant, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy).
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THERE IS STILL SOME TIME LEFT: REGISTER FOR our ALUMNI RETREAT AT ZORBA THE BUDDHA!
Having completed 20 years of advancing Liberty, we are excited to invite all members of the extended CCS family to our 2nd Annual Residential Alumni Retreat at Zorba the Buddha. Mingling with cohorts of fellow grads and alumni from over the past 20 years, this is a great opportunity to meet new friends from diverse backgrounds and professions!
Date: 23-25 February 2018
Venue: Zorba The Buddha, New Delhi
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CCS POLICY DIALOGUES:
ORGANISE ONE IN YOUR COLLEGE
Policy Dialogues are sessions that aim to discuss sound policy practices with students on campus. Having organised Policy Dialogues in colleges like St. Stephen's, IIM Kozhikode, MIT, YIF, Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies and JNU to name a few, CCS is now looking forward to introducing Policy Dialogues in more colleges across the country.
The dialogues are hosted by esteemed speakers such as Gurcharan Das, Swaminathan S. Aiyar, Luis Miranda and several other renowned public intellectuals.
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