Public Policy Course for Young Leaders

Centre for Civil Society Organizes Certificate Course in Public Policy

BH Global Education Team

Centre for Civil Society (CCS) is a leading research organization ranked in the top 50 Think Tanks worldwide.  in partnership with Atlas Network, invites application for ìpolicy for Young Leaders, a four-day, residential certificate course in public policy and liberal philosophy for law students, researchers, and faculty. The course focuses on issues in the areas of education, livelihood for the poor, and good governance.  During the course participants share and explore ideas about voluntary and policy-based solutions to current social problems.

The ìpolicy experience encourages experiential learning, making for an exciting, engaging and entertaining course. Formats vary between interactive lectures, working groups, field visits and cooperative games. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to learn, engage, network and develop skills in critical thinking and public policy; all in a relaxed and enjoyable environment where the priority is you.

The Course Details:

Course: ipolicy for Young leaders; Certificate in Public Policy

Duration: 29 April-2 May 2012

Eligibility: Students, Researchers and Faculty

Age Limit: Under 35

Participants: 30

Fees: 2000 INR

Deadline: April 18, 2012.

Contact: Sadaf Hussain: 99531 33868 or 011 – 2653 7456 ext: 25


Selected candidates will be required to participate for the entire duration of the course at the end of which a Certificate in Public Policy will be awarded. The course fee is Rs. 2000, which includes all meals and a four-night stay at the venue. The 20 top individuals who participated in the Jeevika Law Competition will be given a scholarship voucher that covers the entire course fee.

Limited reimbursement of actual expenses (up to Rs. 3000) is available for outstation candidates.  Reimbursement will only be awarded with travel proof such as boarding pass, train ticket, etc.



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