AGENDA FOR SURVIVAL JUNE 2016
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is now accepting applications for its 2016 summer course ‘Agenda for Survival’ (Wednesday 1st to Thursday, 30th). This four week innovative program gives the youth of India an opportunity to evaluate issues that li
Learning mode: This residential course will give young minds an opportunity to interrogate policy makers & activists, hear leading academics, policy pundits, lawyers, learn from the grassroots communities and CSE’s research and advocacy team. One of the highlights of the course is the field-based module to explore the community-led-ecorestoration efforts of rural India
Course assignment: Assignments are designed to help participants to polish their communication skills, field based reporting and writing to understand environment as a subject of coverage. With the help of CSE’s publication unit, they get to publish their own magazine at the end of the course.
Eligibility: This summer school is open to applicants between the ages of 18-25 from all streams.
Fee: INR 26,000/– this covers cost of the course, food and stay (shared accommodation) at a walking distance from training venue.
Kamla Chowdhry Fellowships: Awarded to selected candidates to support stay in Delhi.
How to apply: Click here to fill the form: https://goo.gl/ymrQd9
Contact: Ranjita Menon (firstname.lastname@example.org) Sharmila Sinha (email@example.com)