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An internationally recognised program that brings young people together to explore ideas about individual liberty and economic prosperity. The program consists of engaging talks, working groups and discussion on a chosen theme in campuses across the country. Similar programs have been organized by sister-organizations across the globe in countries such as Brazil, Turkey, Germany, and Kyrgyzstan.
CCS hosts an annual Asia-wide documentary festival to capture the livelihood challenges faced by the rural and urban poor. The festival brings to light policies and regulations that limit livelihood freedom of the poor. This year will screen 18 selected documentaries highlighting livelihood struggles through a public policy lens. Notable attendees include Subhash Ghai and Nandan Saxena.
Freedom Caravan will get student participants from multiple colleges across Pune to reflect over our history and explore the definitions and dimensions of freedom, sovereignty and human liberty while paying tribute to those who brought India independence. The event will also highlight the work that is left to be done to bring social, economic and political freedom and individual rights to all people of Indian society.
The Freedom Caravan is an outreach campaign of the Centre’s to take freedom on the road. The Campaign offers 13 days of education festivals reaching out to over 1,500 youths from various colleges of Delhi and Pune, celebrating "capitalist acts among consenting adults." The objective is to expose young people to the philosophy of liberty and current liberal policy issues and create a positive perception of liberal ideas among young people in India.Visit Campaign Website
Asia Livelihood Documentary Competition and Festival is a search for documentaries that bring to light policies, socio – cultural norms and religious practices that prevent or constrain people from earning an honest livelihood in the vocation of their choice. It aims at capturing the livelihood challenges faced by the rural and urban poor and bringing it to the attention of current and future policy makers. This year celebrates 21 selected documentaries from professional and student filmmakers.