RESEARCHING REALITY INTERNSHIP 2019
- APPLICATIONS OPEN NOW!
We are back with the 19th edition of Centre for Civil Society's flagship summer internship program - Researching Reality. This six-week internship program offers intensive training in policy-relevant research to undergraduate and graduate students of various disciplines. Under the guidance of policy experts and researchers, the interns will analyse various regulatory and policy themed topics and author an original research publication.
The theme for this year will revolve around examining the effectiveness of Government policies in enabling education and livelihood.
Date: 3 June - 19 July 2019 Venue: New Delhi First Deadline for Applications: 15 April 2019
The F-word - Exploring Freedom of the Self, State, and Society
Centre for Civil Society (CCS) has launched its newest two-day certificate course in personal freedom and public policy - The F Word: Exploring Freedom of the Self, State, and Society. While the freedom of the self and society includes aspects of being, expression and movement; freedom of the state, traverses through the concepts of reasonable restrictions on free speech, state's monopoly over violence, and its role in building the society’s moral character.
The course aims to equip the chosen participants:
to articulate their own personal freedom
to understand the nuances behind complex arguments weaving together the self, society, and the state
to refine their arguments for and against various aspects of personal freedom
to understand the role of public policy on personal freedom
Date: 13 - 14 April 2019 Venue: New Delhi First Deadline for Applications: 01 April 2019
Baithak: Understanding India's development challenges
Baithak- Conversations in Policy, is a platform for CCS graduates and policy enthusiasts to come together to discuss contemporary socio-cultural and economic issues in the presence of prominent voices from the liberal movement in India.
The speaker for our upcoming Baithak in Hyderabad is Dr. Amir Ullah Khan, a Development and Trade Economist, who will steer the discussion on the topic of ‘The Vulnerable and the Marginalised: India's most formidable development challenges’.
Date: 30 March 2019 Venue: Hyderabad
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30 March 2019
Baithak: Conversations in Policy
13-14 April 2019
The F Word
3 June - 19 July 2019
Researching Reality Internship
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