APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN:
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 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 40 best applications would be chosen for each program.
We are looking for program facilitators who can run our flagship public policy course in their respective cities, upon completion of training and in tandem with the program team at CCS’ New Delhi office.
EduDoc: Stories of Education, is an annual International Short Film Competition organised by Centre for Civil Society to celebrate the field of education through documentaries and animated short films! EduDoc 2018 has an overarching theme of “Education: Regulatory Challenges, Innovations and Solutions”, and the top 5 films will be given center stage at our School Choice National Conference 2018, along with several other prizes!
All entries have to be sent on or before 15 September 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).
Theme for EduDoc 2018: Education: Regulatory Challenges, Innovations and Solutions Application deadline:15 September 2018
EduDoc Fellows 2018: Calling all Filmmakers and Policy Enthusiasts!
Centre for Civil Society is proud to announce the return of its international short film competition, 'EduDoc: Stories of Education’! The 2018 edition, in an effort to celebrate both education and film-making, will be organising a new 3- month mentorship program ‘EduDoc Fellows’- a unique opportunity to learn the art of professional scripting, storytelling and other aspects of film-making, under the guidance of domain experts.
The short films created at the end of the fellowship will be considered by the jury for EduDoc 2018, making them eligible to win exciting prizes and monetary rewards to help kickstart the Fellows’ media aspirations.
Theme for EduDoc 2018: Education: Regulatory Challenges, Innovations and Solutions Application deadline: 20 June 2018; 11:00PM IST.
Good intentions don't always make good laws, and imposing what is socially desirable through binding legislation might induce some very undesirable consequences. Commenting on the Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017, Vineet Bhalla argues that the act, seemingly progressive and rational, is in practice quite harmful to the prospects of female workers. By pushing the onus of providing benefits solely on the employer, the author argues that this policy would disincentivise firms from hiring women and further the decline of female participation in the labour force.
Across the past month, you would have received emails from all kinds of online platforms and services declaring their compliance with GDPR norms, but what does it actually mean to be GDPR compliant? To make better sense of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and to understand the reasons as to why it should matter to all of us, Sunaina Mathur provides a brief explanation about the act and its features.