LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship is an Online National Summer School Program, a Two-Month Online Immersive Legal Awareness & Action Research Certificate Training Course and Internship Program, from June-August 2023 by IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute. An informative and interactive panel discussion on "Field Work & Qualitative Research Methods & Questionnaire" was held by Dr Soumyadip Chattopadhyay, VISVA-BHARATI (A Central University and an Institution of National Importance).
LPPYF Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship is an Online National Summer School Program, a Two-Month Online Immersive Legal Awareness & Action Research Certificate Training Course and Internship Program, from June-August 2023 by IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute. An informative and interactive panel discussion on "Ethics in Research: Field Work and Action Research and Field Work" was held by Dr. Amar Jesani, Editor, Indian Journal of Medical Ethics (IJME) Mumbai, India, Visiting Professor, Centre for Ethics, Yenepoya Uni, Mangalore.
G20 events have contributed both in infrastructural, informational and institutional development in different parts of the country. They have brought together not only civil society but also self-help groups, small rural initiatives and local action groups hitherto delinked to global dialogue and narratives. India
With a specific focus on social, legal and policy issues, a Two Month Online Immersive Legal Awareness & Action Research Certificate Training Course and Internship Program, the LPPYF (Law and Public Policy Youth Fellowship) was conducted by IMPRI, Impact and Policy Research Institute from June 12 to August 11, 2023. Covering numerous issues ranging from international provisions, constitutional laws, SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) to gender justice and international human rights, it sought to equip fellows with both the theoretical insights and the technical capabilities required to implement the former with a field research project to enhance their learnings. On the 18th day, the third and final discussion was first contextualized by Dr. Vibhuti Patel who introduced the theme and the speaker, namely ‘Local Governance and Public Policy’ taken up by Shri Tikender Singh Pawar, Senior Fellow, IMPRI and Former Deputy mayor Shimla.
On the 18th day, the second discussion was preceded by opening remarks by Dr. Vibhuti Patel. Professor Vibhuti Patel began the session by providing a brief historical context. She mentioned the introduction of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the social movements of the 1970s that called for police reforms. These movements demanded greater accountability from the criminal justice system. Professor Patel highlighted some of the challenges facing the police force, including a high workload, lack of sophisticated technical resources and defense mechanisms like those in the armed forces, and unaddressed needs in areas such as wages, housing, and children's education. Corruption and rent-seeking behavior within the police force were also identified as significant issues. Dr. Vibhuti Patel then introduced the theme and the speaker, namely ‘Housing Laws and Policies in India’ taken up by Shri Rajiv Rajan Singh (Retired I.P.S. Officer
On the 18th day, the first discussion began with opening remarks by Dr. Vibhuti Patel. Professor Vibhuti Patel began the discussion by referencing earlier sessions and presentations that covered a range of topics including social security, Right to Information (RTI), Right to Education (RTE), income support during crises, the challenges faced by women survivors of violence, Goa's Children's Act, Uniform Civil Code (UCC), the Juvenile Justice Act, and the roles of administrators, specifically Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers, in providing support. These discussions provided a holistic backdrop for addressing housing laws and policies in India. Dr. Vibhuti Patel then introduced the theme and the speaker, namely Housing
Contours of the Public Policy in India in the Amrit Kaal is an An Online International Autumn School Program, A One-Month Immersive Online Intermediate Certificate Training Course held in September, 2023 by IMPRI. The Keynote Speech was given by Dr Sanjeev Sanyal, Member, Economic Advisory Council of the Prime Minister (EAC-PM), and Secretary to the Government of India (GoI). Former Principal Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance on "Using Feedback Loops for Policy-making". Dr Sanyal initiated the session by briefing the participants about Decision Theory and the use of Feedback Loops in making policy decisions.