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06 May 2015
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CCS Dashboardìpolicy for Young Leaders, St Stephen’s College, June 2015

ipolicy for young leaders

ìpolicy for Young Leaders is an introduction to public policy and comparative institutional analysis for undergraduates, graduates, post graduates and recent graduates who have just started working. We believe YOU hold the power to change the future! In a fun, respectful environment, come critically examine our current policies and brainstorm about innovative policy-based solutions to social problems.

Apply NOW for a chance to engage with our amazing faculty and the opportunity to build your network through interactions with people from diverse backgrounds and disciplines who are interested in creating and promoting free societies.

Venue: St Stephen’s College, New Delhi
Dates: 4-7 June 2015 | 18-21 June 2015

For more information, contact Sadaf Hussain (programs@ccs.in | +91 99531 33868).


CCS DashboardBook Launch & Discussion: ‘Poverty and Progress: Realities and Myths About Global Poverty' by Deepak Lal, 13 May 2015, 5.30pm

Deepak Lal Book LaunchCentre for Civil Society, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF) and FICCI invite you for launch of Deepak Lal’s book, ‘Poverty and Progress: Realities and Myths About Global Poverty', published by Oxford University Press. In the book, renowned economist Deepak Lal draws on 50 years of experience around the globe to describe developing country realities and rectify misguided notions about economic progress. Join us at FICCI on 13 May for a discussion with the author. Also on the panel, Naina Lal Kidwai, Former President, FICCI & Country Head of HSBC India, Surjit S Bhalla, Chairman and MD, Oxus Investments and T N Ninan, Chairman, Business Standard. Please register online here for the participation at the earliest, as seats are limited.

For more information, contact Manoj Mathew (manoj@ccs.in | +91 98993 07456).


CCS Dashboard#ccstalks Tweetchat ‘Can markets save the environment?’, 12 May 2015, 7-8pm

TweetChatWe face many environmental problems that have serious consequences. Can we solve these using the command-and-control approach? Or is there a way to leverage the market to solve these issues? Join us for #ccstalks, Tuesday, 12 May 2015 from 7-8pm for an online debate! 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 DashboardCCS Social: Alumni Meet, 16 May 2015, 4-6.30pm

CCS AlumniJoin us for a gathering of our alumni from across over a 100 programs! All of you form a strong cohort of individuals passionate about a society that promotes Choice and Accountability. CCS Social promises to be a fun gathering over snacks and drinks as we catch up with all of you on what your journey has been since we last met. Register Now. Contact Sadaf Hussain (programs@ccs.in | +91 99531 33868) for more information.


CCS Events Calendar
Upcoming Events

12 May 2015, 7-8 pm - #ccstalks TweetChat on ‘Can markets save the environment?’

13 May 2015, 5.30 pm - Book Launch & Discussion: ‘Poverty and Progress: Realities and Myths About Global Poverty' by Deepak Lal

16 May 2015, 4-6.30 pm - CCS Social: Alumni Meet

04 - 07 June 2015 - ìpolicy for Young Leaders, ​St. Stephen's College, Delhi

05 June-17 July 2015 - Researching Reality Internship 2015, CCS Office, Delhi

18 - 21 June 2015 - ìpolicy for Young Leaders, ​St. Stephen's College, Delhi


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#ThrowbackThursday: M D Kini on Freedom of the Press, Freedom First 1971

Bourgeois Dignity: Why Economics Can't Explain the Modern World: Deirdre McCloskey
Bourgeois Dignity: Why Economics Can't Explain the Modern World: Deirdre McCloskey
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Environmental Challenges: The Tragedy of the Collective

Environmental Challenges: The Tragedy of the CollectiveWe face many environmental problems that have serious consequences. This monograph analyses some of these problems, and explains why the command-and-control approach to solving these does not work. Instead, it applies the property rights approach which aligns the self-interest of local individuals and communities with preservation of the resource. Download here.


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


Centre for Civil Society  
A-69, Hauz Khas  
New Delhi - 110 016, India  
Ph: +91 11 26537456, 26521882  
Email: ccs@ccs.in  

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