An Alternative 7-Point-Agenda for Combating Delhi Air Pollution
The seven-point-agenda provided by the Delhi government to combat air pollution is a band-aid solution at best. A long-term problem requires a long-term solution. Here is our alternative seven-point-agenda to effectively curb air pollution in Delhi.
SO Basically Episode 08:
Challan Loge Ya Jaan?
In this episode of SO Basically, we discuss the latest amendment to the Motor Vehicles Act. The law has provided for exorbitant fines for traffic offences, but is it justifiable?
Do you think traffic laws should be made differently? We propose reasonable fines decided by the local government and enforced efficiently.
Do share this video, and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
'ipolicy for young leaders' coming to Delhi & Mumbai!
ipolicy involves a variety of interactive learning methods including dynamic games, talks, dialogues, and documentaries, designed to provide participants with opportunities to explore and share ideas about policy-based solutions to social problems from a liberal perspective.
Meet and network with fun, like-minded individuals, eminent speakers and access resources that will help you advance your vision of a free society.
'Law and Liberty Conference' coming to Bangalore
Law and Liberty Conference (LLC) organized by the Centre for Civil Society, highlights emerging concerns in the domain of individual liberty, and the legal and regulatory frameworks which enable the flourishing of a liberal society.
The conferences aim to provide a platform for liberal perspectives on legal concerns, develop a liberal critique of the extant juridical discourse and build a network of legal practitioners, scholars and students to promote the cause of liberty. Previous conferences have discussed issues of judicial activism, property rights, and perspectives on liberty in a digitized India. With the easing of regulatory policy, the Indian market is opening to larger multinational players. Regulatory authorities now face the task of ensuring fair competition in this changing playing field.
Conference Dates: 23-24 November 2019 Application Deadline: 03 November 2019
Conversations in Policy
Baithak is CCS Academy's new initiative for fostering continued learning and development of CCS graduates through open group discussions in an informal group setting and in the presence of a trained CCS facilitator/faculty.
The idea is to give a platform to all the CCS graduates (from ipolicy, credit courses, RR internship and so on) to come together for a discussion on contemporary socio-cultural and economic issues in the presence and guidance of a CCS faculty/facilitator.
The objective of the program is to let alumni engage with each other by creating a knowledge ecosystem, impacting the policy space in India at large.