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18 November 2015
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CCS DashboardAsia Liberty Forum, 18 - 20 February 2016

S V Raju Tribute

This year, Asia Liberty Forum travels to Malaysia! ALF brings together friends of the freedom movement across Asia to discuss challenges facing the region and to learn from one another how to most effectively advance free-market reforms. Hear distinguished speakers and participate in interactive sessions to strengthen civil society efforts to move public policy in the direction of greater freedom. At the closing dinner of the Asia Liberty Forum, Atlas Network will announce the winners of its Regional Liberty Awards (Apply Here), which celebrate the most successful projects by Atlas Network partners.

To register for Asia Liberty Forum click here.

CCS DashboardSchool Choice National Conference, 19 December 2015

SCNC 2015A country’s education policy is one of its most vital documents—setting in place the framework for education for the coming generations. As the government calls for inputs on their New Education Policy, join us to debate merits and proposed improvements to the NEP at our annual School Choice National Conference on 19 December 2015! Register here and contact Amit Chandra ( | +91 98997 75911) for more information. Check out our alumnus Prashant Agarwal’s blog series #NEPonWheels on to get a peek into on-ground situation regarding NEP.

CCS DashboardThink Tank Start Up Training, 15 - 18 February 2016

TTSTU 2016This three-day workshop, developed in partnership with the Atlas Network, will provide step by step guidelines to starting a new free market think tank, or a project within an existing free market think tank, in the Asian continent. From mission and strategy development, to communications and fundraising strategies, think tank entrepreneurs will leave with tangible skills from a regional context. Apply now for this unique opportunity!

CCS Dashboard#ccstalks TweetChat: ‘Should government be able to curtail civil liberty in the interest of security?’, 25 November 2015, 4-5pm

TweetChatNational Security is usually acknowledged to be a public good. Is it justified for the government to curtail civil liberties in order to ensure security of citizens? Or is a situation like the surveillance of citizens by the NSA in the United States an unacceptable encroachment into an individual's privacy?

Join us for #ccstalks on Wednesday, 25 November 2015 from 4-5pm to discuss this issue! Log in to or Twitter and follow #ccstalks. We look forward to speaking with you! For more information, contact Manasi Bose (

CCS Events Calendar
Upcoming Events

20 November 2015 - Liberalism in India: Past, Present and Future - A tribute to S V Raju, New Delhi

25 November 2015, 4-5 pm - #ccstalks TweetChat on ‘Should government be able to curtail civil liberty in the interest of security?’

04-06 December 2015 - ìpolicy for Young Leaders, TFI, Ahmedabad

19 December 2015 - School Choice National Conference, New Delhi

15-18 February 2016 - Think Tank Start Up Training, Kualalumpur, Malaysia

18-20 February 2016 - Asia Liberty Forum, Kualalumpur, Malaysia

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Education 2025: Student First!- A shared vision for India
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Liberty & Society Series 8: Education in India: Voice, Choice & Incentives

Liberty & Society Series 8: Education in India: Voice, Choice & IncentivesWho has what degree of voice and choice in our current education system? Independent learning achievement surveys such as the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2014 or Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) show that learning outcomes are very low in India, especially when compared with global standards. This monograph takes a close look at the system and concludes that it is breathing heavy in a distorted environment where the consumers—the children and parents—have a weak voice and the producers—teachers, governments and schools—have a strong voice, and none of the stakeholders involved in the system seem to have the right incentive to engage with one another. Download here.

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Centre for Civil Society  
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