Centre for Civil Society initiated the Repeal of Laws Project in 2014 so that laws that are redundant & impede individual liberty and economic freedom can be repealed annually.
This year we are launching the Repeal Law Compendium for all Northeast States of India, followed by a panel discussion on Statutory Clean Up- Institutionalization of Repeal of Laws.
Prominent panelists include: Vikramjit Banerjee | Additional Solicitor General of India Arundhati Katju | Supreme Court Lawyer P K Malhotra | Former Law Secretary, Ministry of Law & Justice Maneesh Chhibber | Editorial Head, Tiranga TV Hemant Batra | Founder, Kaden Boriss Global Dr NEETI SHIKHA | Head, Centre for Insolvency and Bankruptcy
The details of the event are: APPEAL FOR REPEAL LAW DAY Date: 25 November 2019 Day: Monday Time: 3 - 6 PM Venue: Speaker Hall, The Constitution Club of India, New Delhi, Delhi
Modi’s Historic Blunder in Rejecting RCEP: Spontaneous Order
India is out of both RCEP and the 11-member Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership; the two agreements that will define the future of international trade in the 21st century. Here is our latest blog piece on why it is a historic blunder.
‘ipolicy for young leaders’ coming to to your city!
ipolicy involves a variety of interactive learning methods including dynamic games, talks, dialogues, and documentaries designed to provide participants with opportunities to explore and share ideas about policy-based solutions to social problems from a liberal perspective.
Meet and network with fun, like-minded individuals & eminent speakers and access resources that will help you advance your vision of a free society.