Tag Urban

Empowering City Governance for Urban Development

IMPRI Center for Habitat, Urban and Regional Studies (CHURS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi hosted an interactive panel discussion on the topic “Local Governance and Union Budget 2023-24” on 6 February 2023 under the IMPRI 3rd Annual Series of Thematic Deliberations and Analysis of Union Budget 2023-24, as part of the series #LocalGovernance. The discussion was chaired and moderated by Shri Tikender Singh Panwar, who is a Former Deputy Mayor, Shimla and a Senior Fellow at IMPRI.

Cities and Union Budget 2023-24

IMPRI Centre for Habitat, Urban and Regional Studies (CHURS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute conducted a panel discussion on Cities and the Union Budget 2023-24 on 7 February 2023 under the IMPRI 3rd Annual Series of Thematic Deliberations and Analysis of Union Budget 2023-24, as part of IMPRI #WebPolicyTalk. The chair for the discussion was Dr Rumi Aijaz, Senior Fellow and Head, Urban Policy Research Initiative, Observer Research Foundation, India. The session was moderated by Dr Soumyadip Chattopadhyay, Associate Professor, Visva Bharati, Santi Niketan; Visiting Senior Fellow, IMPRI.

Local Governance and Union Budget 2023-24

The IMPRI Center for Habitat, Urban and Regional Studies (CHURS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi, organized a panel discussion on ‘Local Governance and Union Budget 2023-24’ on 6th February 2023 under the IMPRI 3rd Annual Series of Thematic Deliberations and Analysis of Union Budget 2023-24. The discussion was organized under the #WebPolicyTalk series #LocalGovernance.

Breaking Down Bengaluru Floods

Under the series, #Local Governance, #IMPRI Center for Habitat, Urban and Regional Studies (CHURS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi organized a #WebPolicyTalk, on the topic Breaking Down Bengaluru Floods on September 29, 2022. Inaugurating the session Ms Tripta Behera, a researcher at IMPRI welcomed the speakers for the session, Leo F. Saldanha, Coordinator and Founding Trustee, Environment Support Group (ESG), Bengaluru, and Bhargavi S Rao, Senior Fellow & Trustee, Environment Support Group (ESG), Bengaluru. The event was moderated by Tikender Singh Panwar, Former Deputy Mayor, Shimla; Visiting Senior Fellow, IMPRI, New Delhi.

The Great March of Migrants During The National Lockdown: Lessons Not Learned and Missed Opportunities

A panel discussion on “The Great March of Migrants  During The National Lockdown: Lessons Not Learned and Missed Opportunities” was organized by the  #IMPRI Center for Human Centre for Human Dignity and Development (CHDD), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi on the occasion of International Migrants Day, i.e December 18, 2022. Inaugurating the session, Ms Aanchal Kumari, a researcher at IMPRI, welcomed the speakers and participants to the program with an introduction to the eminent panellists. The event was moderated by Dr Devender Singh, a Visiting Senior Fellow at IMPRI.

A Socio-Economic Analysis of Health Seeking Behaviour of Women in an Urban Area with Special Reference to their Employment Status

Gender equality, good health and well-being all feature in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the disparity experienced in women's health-seeking behaviour are alarming. With health gaining centrality like never before due to the advent of the pandemic, the issue of negligence regarding this subject needs to be discussed and addressed. Like the slogan “Healthy Women, Healthy World” their health and well-being are directly linked to the well-being of the household unit. Under the series, the State of Gender Equality - #GenderGaps, Gender Impact Studies Center (GISC), IMPRI, Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi organized a #WebPolicyTalk, on the topic A Socio-Economic Analysis of Health Seeking Behaviour of Women in an Urban Area with Special Reference to their Employment Status by on November 30, 2022.
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Power-focused Urban Design Alienates People

After being elected as Shimla's deputy mayor, I first removed the red and green lights outside the office. This ensured no-hindrance access to the office for the town's people to the office. Thus, promoting a culture of high accessibility that has existed in the state of Himachal Pradesh right since its formative days. Even the earlier chief ministers would meet the people directly, ensuring a better dialogue with them.