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Learn the skill of Reading, Analyzing and Drafting Laws!

9 July @ 8:00 am 10 July @ 5:00 pm IST


As part of our efforts to build capacity of citizens on the workings of Parliament and law making, we are bringing the second running of our Workshop on ‘Reading, Drafting and Understanding Laws’!

The first such Workshop was designed and delivered in February, 2022. That Workshop was attended by 30 citizens from all across the country, students as well as working professionals. We received positively encouraging as well as some critical feedback on the Workshop.

This second Workshop is a revised and improved version and is being facilitated by Maadhyam and Constitution & Responsible Citizenship (CRC) Initiative as part of the ‘Sansad Watch’ Program.

The 10 hour online workshop will be spread over two weekends and will cover the following topics:
1. Critical understanding of the law making process and importance of consultations
2. Analysing laws from a Constitutional lens
3. Reading Laws
4. Live drafting session
5. Individual assignments and presentations
6. Policy advocacy Masterclass

The dates for the Workshop are – 9, 10 July and 16, 17 July 2022.

The Workshop will be facilitated by Bhakti Bhave, founder of the CRC Initiative who has 7+ years of robust experience in Constitution and Citizenship Education and Maansi Verma, lawyer and founder of the Maadhyam initiative who has been working to build capacity of citizens on workings of Parliament and law making processes.

Any individual who is 18 years of age and above can attend the Workshop. The Workshop will be conducted in English. Total number of seats for the workshop – 30.

The last date to register for the Workshop is Thursday, 30th June, 2022, 11.30pm.
Those who register will need to pay the registration fee of Rs.1200/- per person to confirm their registration. Last date to pay the registration fee is Monday, 4th July, 2022.

Register for the Workshop today here.

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