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25 October 2018
People. Policy. Perspectives.

CCS Baithak: Conversations in Policy

baithakCCS and FNF have jointly organised the third edition of Baithak: Conversations in Policy for its alumni with Laveesh Bhandari, an author, a columnist and an entrepreneur who will steer this month's discussion to explore the intersection of ethics, environment and economics.. He has undertaken various projects in industrial and economic reforms in India in addition to government advisory roles on policy and measurement issues in the environment. He is currently the Director of Indicus Foundation and also the founder of Indicus Analytics.

Date:  3 November 2018
Time: 4 - 6 PM
Venue: Centre for Civil Society, A-69, Haus Khas, NEW DELHI

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EduDoc International Short Film Competition - Apply Now!

EduDoc 2018

ARE YOU ASSOCIATED WITH AN ORGANISATION THAT WORKS TOWARDS IMPROVING EDUCATION?

Take a video of your work and submit it to EduDoc 2018!

EduDoc is an International Short Film Competition organized annually to capture stories of Education. All around us, there are students, teachers and educationists who over come incredible odds on a daily basis to better the quality and accessibility of education. We are looking for stories that highlight the hurdles that these educationists face and the innovations that they have brought around.

In its fourth year, EduDoc International Short Film Competition will focus on the themes of "Regulatory Challenges, Innovations and Solutions". The award ceremony will be hosted at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi on 14 December 2018 alongside School Choice National Conference 2018. Edudoc 2018 is hosted in partnership with The EdelGive Foundation and FNF South Asia.

Application Deadline: 15 November 2018

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For any queries, contact jeevika@ccs.in

SENSITIZING YOUTH ABOUT PUBLIC POLICY : IPOLICY FOR YOUNG LEADERS

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'ipolicy for Young Leaders', Centre for Civil Society's signature course on public policy, is bringing its 3-day intensive course to the cities of Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Pune and Chennai in the coming months! The certificate course aims to enable participants to explore the public policy landscape in India, as well as equip them with the necessary tools to examine the effectiveness of government policies and regulations.

Across the three days, accepted candidates will be engaged in a variety of workshops and academic activities that will expose them to the different ways of approaching policy-making in India. The candidates will be provided with a certificate at the end of the program and also be granted access our vast alumni/academic network. The course is open to all college students and young professionals.

ìpolicy Dates Cities Application Deadline
26 - 28 October 2018

Mumbai

19 October 2018
17 - 18 November 2018

Pune

04 November 2018
17 - 18 November 2018

Delhi

04 November 2018
24 - 25 November 2018

Chennai

04 November 2018
24 - 25 November 2018

Bangalore

04 November 2018
01 - 02 December 2018

Mumbai

04 November 2018
01 - 02 December 2018

Bangalore

04 November 2018

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In case of any queries contact shefali@ccs.in

Latest on Spontaneous Order:
Fulfilling the Mahatma's quest: Abolish the office of Salt Commissioner and deregulate salt production
By Shivangi Sharan

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On the occasion of Gandhiji's 149th birth anniversary, Shivangi Sharan writes about the unfulfilled legacy of his most prominent act of dissent, the Dandi march. The office of the salt commissioner, a redundant relic of the colonial era and the very institution that implemented the salt tax, continues to (over) regulate and impose its regulatory chokehold on salt production across the country. Eighty-eighth years hence, and 27 years since liberalisation, the author asks whether we can finally free salt production from the regulatory clutches of this institution.

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LATEST ON SPONTANEOUS ORDER: Making Markets work for the Poor: How regulations act as entry barriers
By Sunaina Mathur

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In her latest piece for Spontaneous Order, Sunaina Mathur examines how regulatory barriers adversely affect informal entrepreneurs and education startups. She argues for creating policy frameworks that enable these entrepreneurs to benefit from the participating in the market and attain prosperity.

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If you would like to contribute to spontaneousorder.in, please write to gopi@ccs.in

Upcoming Events

26 - 28 October 2018
ipolicy for Young Leaders
MUMBAI

03 November 2018
CCS Baithak: Conversation in Policy
NEW DELHI

17 - 18 November 2018
ipolicy for Young Leaders
PUNE

17 - 18 November 2018
ipolicy for Young Leaders
DELHI

24 - 25 November 2018
ipolicy for Young Leaders
CHENNAI

24 - 25 November 2018
ipolicy for Young Leaders
BENGALURU

1 - 2 December 2018
ipolicy for Young Leaders
MUMBAI

1 - 2 December 2018
ipolicy for Young Leaders
BENGALURU

14 December 2018
10th School Choice National Conference 2018
India Habitat Center,
NEW DELHI

14 December 2018
EduDoc International Film Festival 2018
India Habitat Center,
NEW DELHI

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