Centre for Civil Society 2 day residential course on Politics of Development. [Limited Seats Available]
Why does India remain a poor country with some development indicators among the worst in the world?
Why does the top 1% bag more than 70% of the country’s wealth?
Why does our political system fall short of the textbook ideal and prioritize communal politics, corruption, and cronyism?
CCS is launching Politics of Development (POD), a two-day immersive residential course specially curated for a batch of curious individuals like you looking for answers to such questions and striving to find solutions for the same!
At POD we will be discussing the fundamental role played by politics, whether in perpetuating poverty or supporting inclusive development. The program includes lectures by domain specialists, policy makers and policy enthusiasts, supplemented with games, movies, and presentations.
Our aim through POD is to give you a deep-dive into how history, vested interests and the pulls of electoral democracy shape our policy, and what can be done to empower citizens.
– A 2-day intensive residential course running on the philosophy of integrated learning
– Keynote speakers from across the industry and policy domain
– Brings together over 120 students from diverse backgrounds and skill-sets
Date: 2-3 February 2019
Venue: Shofar Tours and Resorts Private Ltd,
H. No. 2951, Near D.K. Photostate
Badhshapur, Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
Selection Process: Since the seats are limited and the candidates will be selected on a rolling basis, those who apply earlier will have a higher chance of selection. Early birds can also avail a discount of 15% corresponding to the deadlines.
To apply click here.
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