From the blog

October 16, 2009

Digital RTI Mission

The project aims at creating a Wiki RTI platform where everyone can access information, a consolidated front that can offer information on specific Government programmes, user friendly and readymade analysis on Government schemes built on powerful software’s.. It is commonly […]
August 21, 2009

Vytilla Mobility Hub gets the sanction

The Vytilla Mobility Hub Project aimed to solve a good share of commuting problems in the city by creating an integrated bus terminal, parking bays for private vehicles and autos, and other amenities on 25 acres of land owned by […]
August 19, 2009

Interactive session with Onyeka Nwelue

The book is about a south Indian essayist married to an east Nigerian woman, has been hailed by critics and readers alike. Shobhaa De has described it on her blog, as ‘promising’ and one of Nigeria’s finest critics, Toyin Akinosho […]
July 26, 2009

ADR Centre Inaugurated- A National Movement for ADR?

Justice Krishna Iyer spoke gracefully and graciously with the real intent to have more ADR Centre like the present one in the country.   He said ADR Centre is a purpose, a mission which can be carried out through popular cooperation. […]
July 12, 2009

Connecting the dots

is a project of CARSS, the Center for Advancing Research and Solutions for Society at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. SMART focuses on sustainable transportation and accessibility in city regions of the world. “Connecting the dots” refers to […]
June 30, 2009

Vytilla Mobility Hub

The project aims at setting up a system where different modes of transport converge at one single point making commutation easy for the public. The Project aims at setting up a system where different modes of transport converge at one […]
April 13, 2009

People’s Manifesto

Centre for Public Policy Research in association with Wada Na Thodo Abhiyan, New Delhi organised People’s Manifesto in three Lok Sabha constituencies namely; Ernakulam, Kottayam and Thiruvananthapuram as a run up to General Elections 2009. Political Party leaders and gerneral […]
March 10, 2009

`Tracking the activities of MPs and MLAs`: A workshop for journalists

Centre for Public Policy Research and PRS Legislative Research organized a workshop for journalists on’ Tracking the activities of MPs and MLAs at Abad Plaza on 10th March 2009. The workshop was attended by the representatives of the state and […]
February 8, 2009

Talk on Gram Nyayalaya Bill

Centre for Public Policy Research in association with Kerala Law Academy organized a Talk on the Gram Nyayalaya Bill by Prof. (Dr.) Madhav Menon on 8 February 2009. The program began by the invocation to Lord Almighty by Ms. Priyanka […]
February 4, 2009

Public-Private Partnership for Sustainable Urbanization of Cochin

Introduction: With over 300 million people, cities and towns of India constitute the world’s second largest urban system . Based on liberalization policies adapted by Government of India, 40% of the total population of the country would comprise the urban […]
December 31, 2008

South Asia Youth Summit 2008: ‘Towards Democracy, Peace and Open Borders’

The Liberal Youth South Asia publication for the year 2008 was released by Mr. Naveen Jindal, Member of Parliament on the same occasion. CPPR in association with Liberal Youth South Asia (LYSA) organized the first South Asia Youth Summit in […]
December 30, 2008

Launch of Livelihood Website

The launch of www.livelihoodfreedom.in as part of the Law, Liberty and Livelihood Campaign of  Centre for Public Policy Research in partnership with Centre for Civil Society, New Delhi was organized at Patrakar Bhavan, Pune on 22 December 2008. Dr, Parth J Shah, Chairman, CCS […]
December 29, 2008

Panel Discussion on ‘Taking ADR to the Common Man’

Centre for Public Policy Research in association with HK legal organised a panel discussion on ‘Taking ADR to the Common Man’ at Indian Law Institute, New Delhi at 2:30 p.m. ADR or Alternative Dispute Resolutions are out of court settlements […]
December 28, 2008

Talk on ‘Recent Trend in Human Rights’

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. ” —Article 1 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of […]
December 27, 2008

Discussion on Area Sabha and its Relevance in the context of Urban Reforms in Cochin

A growing city also has its problems which seem to grow at a similar rate, whether it is health, traffic and transportation, or water supply. How does a city like Cochin address such issues? How do we assure legitimacy and […]