EDUDOC INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM COMPETITION 2018 -
ENTRIES OPEN NOW!
Are you associated with an organization that works towards improving education? Or a filmmaker with an interest in school education?
Capture unique stories of Education and submit it to EduDoc 2018!
EduDoc is an International Short Film Competition organized annually, to celebrate the field of education! In its 2018 edition, EduDoc will focus on Regulatory challenges, innovations and solutions in education. The event aims to provide center stage to those working towards facilitating quality education to students, despite the scarcity of resources.
All entries have to be sent on or before 31 October 2018 and should be within the stipulated time period of 05:00 minutes (including credits), accompanied with English subtitles (in case the spoken language is not English).
Calling all CCS alumni!
second edition of Baithak on Digital Rights and Freedom of Expression
Following the success of the first Baithak, CCS and FNF have invited Nikhil Pahwa to participate in and moderate the second Baithak organized for CCS and FNF alumni. Nikhil co-founded Savetheinternet.in campaign (now the Internet Freedom Foundation) for Net Neutrality in India. He is a journalist, an entrepreneur, an activist and a TED fellow who is also the founder and editor at MediaNama.
Nikhil is currently a part of an initiative to fix Aadhaar in addition to other initiatives geared towards tech policy.
The discussion will be centered around digital rights and freedom of expression where Nikhil will draw upon his experiences in online media advocacy and movement building. In addition, other topics such as net neutrality and data protection will be explored.
When and where?
Date: 29 September 2018 Time: 4 - 6 PM Venue: Centre for Civil Society, A-69, Haus Khas, New Delhi
APPLY NOW TO ATTEND OUR
3-DAY CERTIFICATE COURSE IN PUBLIC POLICY
'ipolicy for Young Leaders', Centre for Civil Society's signature course on public policy, is introducing its three-day intensive course in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Pune. The certificate course aims to enable participants to explore the public policy landscape in India, as well as equip them with the necessary tools to examine the effectiveness of government policies and regulations.
The candidates will be provided with a certificate at the end of the program and also be granted access to our vast alumni/academic network. The course is open to all college students and young professionals.
The application process for the course is highly selective and only the 30 best applications would be chosen for each program.
advanced-level public policy workshop for Journalists: Register now to attend!
CCS, along with the country's first and only Liberal Hindi web portal- Azadi.me, invites 'ipolicy for journalists' alumni to participate in the advanced edition of its public policy workshop. The three day workshop will focus on examining the root causes of different social problems and analyse the impact of government policies on environment, education, employment and governance.
The 3-day workshop, is being organized in collaboration with the Center for Civil Society (CCS), AdGroup and Atlas Network.
Date: 28 -30 September 2018 Venue: Jim Corbett, Uttarakhand
16 September 2018
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LATEST ON SPONTANEOUS ORDER: If Hogwarts wasn't autonomous By Sunaina Mathur
Image of Hogwarts infused with Vincent van Gogh's 'The Starry Night'
Ever wondered what your dream school- Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, would be like if it was plagued by restrictive regulations and government interference? Sunaina Mathur juxtaposes the current scenario of India's education sector with the vibrant (and now restricted) world of Hogwarts.