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Monday, September 10, 2007

We try to change people's ideas, opinions, mode of thinking

The Centre for Civil Society is an independent, non-profit, research and educational organisation devoted to improving the quality of life for all citizens of India by reviving and reinvigorating civil society.
But we don't run primary schools, or health clinics, or garbage collection programs. We do it differently: we try to change people's ideas, opinions, mode of thinking by research, seminars, and publications. We champion limited government, rule of law, free trade, and individual rights.
We are an ideas organisation, a think tank that develops ideas to better the world. We want to usher in an intellectual revolution that encourages people to look beyond the obvious, think beyond good intentions, and act beyond activism.
We believe in the individuality and dignity of all persons, and their right to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. We trust their judgement when they cast their vote in a ballot box and when they spend their money in a marketplace. We are driven by the dream of a free society, where political, social, and economic freedom reigns. We are soldiers for a Second Freedom Movement.
Sauvik Chakraverti
Forget the WTO; Concentrate on Trade- Jan 12 2006
Management Mantras: Make Way for New Public AdministrationThe Times of India, 14 July 2004
Ring in Torts: Making People Pay for Negligence The Times of India, 18 June 2004
Brand New Delhi: Let Political India Move Out of the Capita l The Times of India, 26 March 2004
Walled-in Ideas. We No Longer Need Economists The Times of India, 6 February 2004
A Second Republic There Can Be No Collective Property The Times of India, 30 December 2003
Auction Ayodhya: We'll Have Both Freedom and Justice The Times of India, 19 November 2003
New Freedom Struggle: How Markets Will Win Hands Down The Times of India, 5 August 2003
Reassessing Nehru: Free India From His Evil Legacy The Times of India, 12 June 2003
Rallying Around The Cow Politicians Must Not Try And Legislate On Moral Issues Indian Express, 7 April 2003
New York Sun review of Amartya Sen's latest book Rationality & Freedom The New York Times, 26 Feb 2003
On Utopia and Hindu Rashtra Indian Express, 13 January 2003
PT Bauer - A True Friend of the World's Poor
Economics On The RocksIndian Express, 1 October 2002
ALTERNATIVE NATION The Public Administration of Anarchy The Times of India, 25 April 2002
The Liberal Vision, India Liberal Times, August 2001
Hobbes' Mistake - The Rational Case For Anarchy The Times of India, 26 May 2001
Predatory State The Times of India , 22 September 1999
New Brooms for Old - Fiscal Discipline & Public Services The Times of India, 28 May 1999
May Our Tribe Increase! Times of India

Award Winning Articles
On Scarcity...and Abundance The Economic Times, 28 January 2002
Teacher, Don't Teach Nonsense! The Economic Times , 26 March 2002
Liberals Must Dump Gandhi The Economics Times, 24 February 2002
Welcome to Liberty Institute in New Delhi, India. We are an independent think tank dedicated to empowering the people by harnessing the power of the market. We seek to uphold the four institutional pillars of a free society -Individual Rights, Rule of Law, Limited Government and Free Market.Established in 1996 as a non-profit organisation, we undertake a number of activities, among them research and advocacy on public policy issues. At present, our core area of interest include development economics, education, environment, health, security, and trade.Please explore our site, share your thoughts, and join our mailing list.

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