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CRC 2 in Odisha and Tamil Nadu

After the CRC-1 studied the NBA, its processes, outcomes and beneficiary engagement in 2014, the program changed to SBM (G) under the...

Lift Please?

Celebrating 70 years of independence is a matter of pride for every Indian, but one aspect that has changed in the last 70 years is the way...

Consolidated Financial Statement 2016-17

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IMPROVING WATER SECURITY IN PERI-URBAN AREAS AROUND BANGALORE

Growing urban population have increased the pressure on ecosystems specifically water resources. While the urban demographics is changing,...

INDIA’S CHILDREN: LOST FOREVER?

– Shanti Nair, Intern, Christ University One missing child is one too many John Walsh May 25th 1983 was a historic day. It was on...

New Beginning: Ushering in a new era

Public Affairs Centre (PAC) held a Roundtable “New Beginnings” on Goods and Services Tax (GST) as an attempt to discuss the impact the...

Birth Control is our ethical choice and women empowerment is our duty (ಜನನ ನಿಯಂತ್ರಣ ನಮ್ಮ ನೈತಿಕ ಆಯ್ಕೆ, ಮಹಿಳಾ ಸಬಲೀಕರಣ ನಮ್ಮ ಕರ್ತವ್ಯ)

Poornima, Programme Officer with PAC writes on the importance of Family Planning: People empowerment and Developing nations in accordance...

Quarterly Receipt of Foreign Contributions – April to June 2017

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Citizen Report Card + (CRC+)

Public Affairs Centre (PAC) is known for its flagship product, the Citizen Report Card (CRC). The CRC is a simple but powerful tool that...

European Conference on Education

The International Academic Forum organised a conference on Education titled ‘Educating for Change’ in Brighton, United Kingdom...

Evolved as a group for citizens to connect with the government; active engagement in electoral reform and public service analysis
Developed Citizen Report Cards, began to engage in research on state projects
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