The exposure trip will start from Bhubaneshwar on 1st June, 2013 and end at Vishakhapatnam on 13th June. During the trip, participants will visit organisations working on rights of dalits, adivasis, women and other vulnerable groups.
CIRC was established by the 30 year old pioneering research and advocacy group: CUTS International, which has been instrumental in bringing in the Competition Act, 2002 in India, other than actively engaged in developing competition regimes in over 30 developing countries, and advising governments.
The Asian Post Graduate course is designed mostly for persons with a Bachelor’s degree interested in Victimology/victims and persons currently engaged in victim advocacy, victim services or any other work with victims: social welfare, counseling, community policing etc. However, if we have space, we would accept persons who are in their last year of undergraduate
This course covers Public and Organizational Leadership, Strategy Formulation, Human Resources Administration, Advocacy, Budget Administration, Civic and International Laws, Human Rights, Democracy, Peace Studies, and Socioeconomic Development.
The fee for each two-week course is Rs. 25,000, payable by demand draft or cheque drawn in favour of “Centre of Innovative Learning” payable at Mumbai. This can be attached to the application and submitted at the Miranda House King’s Summer School Secretariat on any working day between 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.
In pursuance of the TISS mission towards creating a people-centered society that promotes equality, social change and transformation and human rights for all, especially the marginalized and vulnerable groups, the School of Law, Rights and Constitutional Governance at TISS is conducting a One Year Full time, LLM Course in Access to Justice from July 2013.
Duration: Three Months (Commenced w.e.f. 15th April, 2013)
Fee: Rs. 4,000/- (Four Thousand only); 100 US$ (for foreign students).
(Payment can be made through Credit/Debit Card or through Demand Draft)
The ìpolicy involves a variety of interactive learning methods including dynamic games, talks, dialogues and documentaries, designed to provide participants with an opportunity to explore and share ideas about policy based solutions to social problems from a liberal perspective.