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ìpolicy: Certificate Course in Public Policy

ipolicy for young leaders
ipolicy for young leaders

Our ìpolicy courses create a fun, respectful environment, where individuals can 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.

Mumbai edition of ipolicy for young leaders Apply Now!
   
Delhi edition of ipolicy for young leaders Apply Now!

For details contact Manasi Bose | programs@ccs.in | +91 98107 72964

SUBMIT your EduDoc FILM!

EduDoc: Stories of Edupreneurs I International Short Film Competition by Centre for Civil Society (CCS) in partnership with EdelGive, where we want to put edupreneurs in the spotlight. It talks about who edupreneurs are, what obstacles they face, what triumphs they achieve, how they interact with communities and governments and what lies ahead for them. If you know someone who is redefining education, share their story with us in a short film.

EduDoc: Stories of Edupreneurs | International short film making competition.

  • 5 BEST FILMS will be screened at the Jeevika: Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival.
  • The winning film will receive a prize of USD 300 / Rs 20,000!

For more information, visit our website or write to us at jeevika@ccs.in

New Education Policy: Wiki

New Education Policy Wiki

Participatory Democracy at its best! India has embarked on an historic mission of formulating a National Education Policy (NEP). A group of citizens and CSOs—NEP Alliance—have decided to use the tool of Wiki to democratize the discourse on NEP, probably the first time in the history of Indian public policy making. Read others' comments, build on the contributions of all and help create a NEW DOCUMENT on policy and not just a list of random reform ideas! Use this forum to discuss, debate, comment and edit both the MHRD and TSR Committee documents.

Click here to contribute

CCS events calendar

Upcoming Events

21-23 JULY 2016
ìpolicy for
Development Leaders
Myanmar

29-31 JULY 2016
ìpolicy for
Young Leaders
New Delhi

5-7 AUGUST 2016
ìpolicy for
Young Leaders
Mumbai

18 - 20 AUGUST 2016
Colloquium on Minimum Government, Maximum Governance: Ideas to Implementation
Udaipur

Spontaneous Order

Brexit: Brace Yourself, Winter is Coming

Videos

The 'Indigenous' Angle: Sidharth Birla

The Indigenous Angle

Separation of Powers

Separation of Powers

New Education Policy: Choice & Competition
by Parth J shah

New Education Policy

Providing basic education to more than a billion people is a large and complex effort. How is educating the Indian masses going to be made possible? What are the roles of the State, the Market and Civil Society?

This monograph addresses these questions and various problems surrounding schooling in India and suggests public policy solutions that will address issues of quality, cost, access and diversity of schooling, with a particular concern for the needs of the poor.

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