At A Glance

Research at CCS focuses on three verticals: Education, Livelihood and Governance. We study the regulatory frameworks in these sectors, examine their on-ground implementation, document their impact on key stakeholders, and suggest ways forward. We also test pilot projects to understand how our interventions function. Our work aims to identify regulatory barriers that come in the way of free enterprise, voluntary exchange, individual choice, and institutional accountability. We adopt a variety of research methodologies including surveys, case studies, legal analysis, quantitative and qualitative analysis, focus group discussions, and semi-structured interviews to build evidence and drive policy reform.

Our Wins
Centre for Civil Society’s G20 Engagements

The Science & Technology (S&T) vertical at the Centre for Civil Society (CCS)—through policy dialogues, research, stakeholder engagement and outreach—continually strives to make STEM fields more inclusive. This report highlights CCS’s notable contributions in the context of India’s G20 presidency: our participation in various G20-related events, as well as our recommendations that have received recognition in G20 reports, whitepapers and in the G20 New Delhi Leaders' Declaration 2023.

Latest Analysis
Past Projects