NCAS’s Foundation Course on Public Policy and Advocacy [May 15 – June 15, Pune]: Apply by April 30

About the organiser

National Centre for Advocacy Studies (NCAS), set up in 1992, is a premier advocacy resource centre. NCAS has been working on people-centred advocacy for over two decades.

About the conference

National Centre for Advocacy Studies (NCAS) is conducting its 5th annual month-long ‘Foundation Course on Public Policy and Advocacy’.

This course will be held at NCAS’s Pune office between 15th May and 15th June 2019.

The foundation course aims to build on the historical understanding of India’s social, political and economic context to comprehend the problems faced by the marginalized communities today.

The course is even more needed in the current political climate.

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The course enables the participants to have the perspective necessary for people-centred advocacy.

The participants will also gain exposure to the field during the 80 clock-hours long courses. During the final days of the course, the participants will engage in the analysis of a policy of their interest.

Eligibility

Students of law, social work, mass media, social sciences, Entry level/mid-level development practitioners, all those interested in building a fundamental understanding of Public policy analysis and advocacy.

Themes

Indian Society, Indian Economics, Indian politics, Public Policy Analysis, Advocacy, Legislative advocacy, Advocacy with the Judiciary, Media Advocacy, understanding Budgets

Location

India, Maharashtra, Pune.

Registration Procedure

To register, click here.

Fee Details: Rs. 5000/-

Deadlines

The course starts on the 15th of May 2019.

the applications should be made before 30 April 2019.

Contact info

Phone number: 020-22952003/04,

E-mail: learning[at]ncasindia.org, ncas[at]ncasindia.org.

The website link is here.

NCAS's Foundation Course on Public Policy and Advocacy

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