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18 June 2014
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CCS Dashboard#ccstalks TweetChat: ‘Should government regulate foreign funding for NGOs?’, 25 June 2014, 7-8pm

ipolicy for development leaders

The Intelligence Bureau has submitted a report stating that there are a number of NGOs receiving foreign funding for activities that are impeding economic growth. Should the government set stricter rules in place regarding foreign-funding and regulate the purpose for which it can enter? Or should NGOs/civil society organisations be allowed to accept funding for any purpose, even those considered 'anti-growth'?

Join us for #ccstalks, Wednesday, 25 June 2014 from 7-8pm as we debate this issue. Log in to tweetchat.com or Twitter and follow #ccstalks. We look forward to speaking with you!

For more information, contact Manasi Bose (pr@ccs.in)

CCS DashboardChintan on ‘An Austrian Perspective on India’s Experiment with Socialism’, 2 July 2014, 12 noon – 1.30pm

Chintan with G P ManishG P Manish, Assistant Professor of Economics in the Sorrell College of Business and a member of the Manuel H. Johnson Center of Political Economy at Troy University, will be at CCS on Wednesday 2 July 2014. His talk will provide a broad overview of his research into socialism in India. He will provide insights from Austrian economics and shed light on its effect on economic well being. He will also talk about the unique nature of Indian socialism as compared to the Soviet Union and its implications for contemporary India.

Join us! Seats are limited, so please RSVP via email at the earliest to Manasi Bose (pr@ccs.in | +91 98107 72964).


CCS DashboardColloquium on Education: Philosophy, Policy, and Practice, 22-24 August 2014

ColloquiumCan freedom of conscience be reconciled with the idea of a compulsory, standardised, and state-controlled system of education? Can a free society long be maintained when those in control can decide what children will be taught to think?

Join us at CCS Colloquium this August, as we explore the role of the State in education. APPLY NOW!

Contact Sadaf Hussain (programs@ccs.in | +91 99531 33868) for more information.


CCS DashboardFreedom Caravan: Who Creates Wealth? , 23 June - 23 July 2014

Freedom CaravanFreedom Caravan is our internationally recognised program that brings young people together to explore pressing questions, and encourage discussion and debate about the foundations of a free, prosperous, and just society. This year, we are visiting Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat to discuss ‘Who Creates Wealth?’.

Be a part of the Freedom Caravan journey Today! If you want Freedom Caravan to come to your campus contact Daphne Vallado (programs@ccs.in | +91 99106 67576).


CCS Calendar 2013
Upcoming Events

23 June - 23 July 2014 - Freedom Caravan: Who Creates Wealth?

25 June 2014, 7 - 8 pm - #ccstalks TweetChat: ‘Should government regulate foreign funding for NGOs?'

02 July 2014, 12 noon - 1:30 pm - Chintan on ‘An Austrian Perspective on India’s Experiment with Socialism', New Delhi

06 July 2014 - One-day policy Seminar, MY Parliament, New Delhi

13 - 14 August 2014 - ìpolicy for Young Leaders, MY Parliament, New Delhi

22 - 24 August 2014 - Colloquium on Education: Philosophy, Policy, and Practice, Mumbai

27 Septemebr 2014 - 3rd Annual NISA School Leaders Summit, New Delhi

04 - 06 December 2014 - Liberty Fund Colloquium

20 December 2014 - 6th Annual School Choice National Conference


Spontaneous Order
Kumar Anand of CCS writes "Uttarakhand Floods – The Problem of Adverse Incentives and The Role of Markets"

iPolicy: Certificate Course in Public Policy
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Boondein: Stories of hope from Budget Private Schools in India
Boondein: Stories of hope from Budget Private Schools in India

In Boondein, a coffee table book published by NISA, we have journeyed to four states and visited a number of budget private schools with diverse financial and social structures. Forty five stories of fortitude and commitment of parents, teachers, students and school owners have been presented, which capture and showcase the essence of these schools, why parents prefer these schools to their government counterparts, what made these edupreneurs start these schools; building evidence for their relevance and acknowledging their contribution in achieving universal education and schooling for all children in India. To order, write to NISA@ccs.in.


For more information contact  
Sadaf Hussain  
M: +91 99531-33868  
Email: programs@ccs.in  


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