CALLING ALL CCS ALUMNI:
JOIN US AT ZORBA THE BUDDHA FOR THE MUCH AWAITED ALUMNI RETREAT!
Having completed 20 years of Liberty, we are excited to invite all members of the extended CCS family to our 2nd Annual Residential Alumni Retreat at Zorba the Buddha. Mingling with cohorts of fellow grads and alumni from over the past 20 years, this is a great opportunity to meet new friends from diverse backgrounds and professions!
If you have attended any CCS workshops/courses, you are welcome to register before 11 February 2018.
Date: 23-25 February 2018
Venue: Zorba The Buddha, New Delhi
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CCS POLICY DIALOGUES: ORGANISE ONE IN YOUR COLLEGE
Policy Dialogues are sessions that aim to discuss sound policy practices with students on campus. Having organized Policy Dialogues in colleges like St. Stephen's, IIM Kozhikode, MIT, YIF, Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies and JNU to name a few, CCS is now looking forward to introducing Policy Dialogues in more colleges across the country.
The dialogues are hosted by esteemed speakers such as Gurcharan Das, Swaminathan S. Aiyar, Luis Miranda and several other renowned public intellectuals.
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CALL FOR ARTICLES
Spontaneous Order is Centre for Civil Society’s English digital publication, which aims to “explore the power of ideas” through a liberal lens and reignite the spirit of dialogue. The medium invites all aspiring and accomplished writers to contribute essays and/ or articles to be featured in our publication.
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Spontaneous ORDER Productions Presents:
Remembering Gogineni Ranga Nayukulu
N.G Ranga was a prominent Indian liberal who not only had intimate knowledge of the problems of agriculture but was also involved in the promotion of peasant proprietorship throughout the course of his life. A founding member of the Swatantra Party along with C. Rajagopalachari, N.G. Ranga was a watchful and astute parliament who served the Indian parliament for over six decades.
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