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18 September 2013
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ipolicyìpolicy: Certificate Course in Public Policy

ipolicy course

Our ìpolicy courses create a fun, respectful environment, where individuals can critically examine our current policies and brainstorm about innovative policy-based solutions to social problems.

Apply NOW for a chance to engage with our amazing faculty and the opportunity to build your network through interactions with people from diverse backgrounds and disciplines who are interested in creating and promoting free societies.

ìpolicy for Business Professionals – 17-20 October 2013, Bangalore

ìpolicy for Young Leaders – 21-24 October 2013, St. Xavier's College, Mumbai

ìpolicy for Journalists (Hindi) – 22-24 November 2013, Jaipur

For details contact Sadaf Hussain ( | +91 99531 33868)

NISA SLSNISA School Leaders Summit

NISA SLSWe’re all set for this year’s School Leaders Summit. With over 120 registrations, the summit promises to be a hub of new ideas, innovations and opportunities. School Associations from across India, and renowned researchers, educationists and edupreneurs like Prof. Geeta Gandhi Kingdon, R Sridhar and Tejpal Singh will be in attendance. If you haven’t registered, do it NOW. Registrations close on 20 September.

You can find out more about the event and our speakers here.

For details, contact Mehek Rastogi ( | +91 81305 62702)

School Choice National ConferenceSchool Choice National Conference

School Choice National ConferenceIndia is growing fast and a new middle class is emerging – full of aspirations. The new generation is seeking, thinking, formulating, exploring, challenging and  re-thinking and the children of this generation, children of 21st century, have a different ask from the education system. Can we deliver the education they need? Join us at the India International Centre this December, along with the top education specialists in the country as we discuss “Education 2025: Building the Education frameworks for tomorrow”.

For details contact Sadaf Hussain ( | +91 99531 33868)

Asia Liberty ForumAsia Liberty Forum

Asia Liberty ForumHelp us spread Liberty in Asia! Register for the Asia Liberty Forum for the chance to meet Freedom Champions and Thought Leaders who are currently tackling some of Asia’s unique development challenges. Our key note speaker this year is Prof. Razeen Sally, renowned economist at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore and Director of the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE), a global-economy think tank in Brussels, which he co-founded in 2006. Razeen will draw attention to the historical reasons behind the ‘Asian Miracle’, focusing on the importance of overcoming government repression of the economy to further liberty in the region, and will set the tone for the rest of the conference. 

Click here for more information about the discussions that will take place at this year’s forum. For more details contact Srijan Bandyopadhyay ( | +91 99536 72130).

CCS Calendar 2013
Upcoming Events

25-26 September - NISA School Leaders Summit, Delhi

17-20 October - ìpolicy for Business Professionals, Bangalore

21-24 October - ìpolicy for Young Leaders, St. Xavier's College, Mumbai

8-10 November - ìpolicy for Journalists, Jaipur

20 December - School Choice National Conference, Delhi

8-9 January 2014 - Asia Liberty Forum, New Delhi

10-11 January 2014 - Think Tank Management and Leadership Training, New Delhi

Spontaneous Order
Arvind Ilamaran of CCS writes about "IITs: autonomy vs. accountability"

Jay Panda
MP Jay Panda at last year's SCNC talks about cash transfers and the need to pilot school vouchers across India
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Liberty & Society Series 1 : Why is India Poor?

Why is India Poor?Why is India poor? Is it our large population? The lack of education? Our history of colonial exploitation?

This monograph addresses the vital question that all of us have asked each other at one time or another. It challenges the most commonly cited causes for India’s poverty, attempts to offer plausible reasons for why India is poor and highlights the importance of institutions and policies that support economic freedom. Download here.

For more information contact  
Sadaf Hussain  
M: +91 99531-33868  

Centre for Civil Society  
A-69, Hauz Khas  
New Delhi - 110 016, India  
h: +91 11 26537456, 26521882  

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