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SCNC 2012 will be the fourth national conference organised by Centre for Civil Society and it’s School Choice Campaign—promoting freedom of choice for parents to choose the school they wish to send their children to; efficient use of public funds and equity and quality through liberal policy reform in India. SCNC offers a space for open dialogue, to track the education policy, from the parliament to the classroom, to make an effort to align the disoriented wheel of delivery, to stop the evident leakages and to better the delivery of quality teaching and education services to the users rather than the makers.
Asia Liberty Forum is a 2-day event bringing the best liberal minds from Asia and around the world to identify critical issues plaguing Asia. Participants include intellectuals, think tank leaders, policymakers, business leaders, and changemakers. Participants will present their work and views on various facets of modern Asia. The forum provides a unique opportunity to interact closely with distinguished experts across various fields, who are tackling Asia’s unique development challenges.
School Choice Campaign hosts the third annual School Choice National Conference titled Catalysing Education for All: Intention, Innovation and Implementation, inviting the participation of several top-level academicians, policy makers, government officials, education specialists and the media to discuss alternative education methods, and ideas to improve public spending for improved quality education.
The Mont Perelin Society focuses brings liberal leaders from across the globe together. This year, the Asia Liberal Leaders met to discuss 'India as Global Power: Practicing Liberal Values at Home and Abroad.' The MPS Asia Regional Meeting 2011 addresses three broad issues on the theme of India’s potential emergence as global power and the practice of liberal values. Though the questions are couched in reference to India, most of the issues have international dimension and relevance.
The second annual School Choice National Conference brings together 13 expert speakers comprising of policy makers, academicians, school and NGO leaders to discuss issues, share experiences and formulate a collective plan to advocate for reforms with the government.