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Press Meet - Charkha Development Communication Network
Invitation to the members of the press for a deliberation that in Maharashtra among the key factors endangering children is a skewed child sex ratio of 883 girls per 1000 boys. At 24%, capital Mumbai has highest incidence of child marriage among the metro cities. Data from reliable surveys have revealed 1546 cases of child rape and 8115 cases of crimes against children have been registered in Mumbai. It is in this context that UNICEF and Charkha have been working on child survival, development, protection and participation - the four basic rights categories of the Convention. In fact, violence against children is all too often unseen, unheard and under reported.
Organization By : UNICEF and Charkha Development Communication Network
Date 03 Aug 2018 To 03 Aug 2018
WORKSHOP ON "Introduction to R and Spatial Analysis with R Model Approaches, Maps, and Big Geodata” at IIPS, Mumbai
The target participants are students with a Masters / MPhil degree and research scholars pursuing their PhD and/or those completed in the past 2-3 years. We also encourage young faculty to apply for the same.  m http://www.iipsindia.org/rworkshop2018.htm . The completed form must be submitted to IIPS at the email: rworkshop2018@iips.net by no later than July 30, 2018.
Organization By : International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, India in collaboration with Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany   & Federal Institute for Population Research, Wies
Date 20 Aug 2018 To 25 Aug 2018
A two day national workshop on "Making Indian Agriculture Climate Friendly"
The Agriculture Development and Rural Transformation Centre of the Institute of Social and Economic Change proposes to held a two day national workshop on "Making Indian Agriculture Climate Friendly" on 6th and 7th June, 2018.
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Date 07 Jun 2018 To 08 Jun 2018
The Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy will conduct a Two Day Workshop on "Data Visualisation with R
The schedule: day 1 session 1: 10.00 am to 1.00 pm basic day 1; session 2: 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm: handling large data sets in R day 2: session 1: 10.00 am to 1.00 pm handling large data sets in R and visualising data session 2: 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm visualising data in R The workshop will enable you to: 1. use basic R 2. Learn how to handle large data sets 3. learn how to draw inference by visualising data creatively in R There is no fee for the workshop. However, you will have to pre-register with Blanche D'Souza on 022 26526942 between 11.30 am and 1.00 pm on working days.
Organization By : Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy.
Date 05 May 2018 To 06 May 2018
CREA's Sexuality, Gender and Rights Institute: Exploring Theory and Practice
CREA's Sexuality, Gender, and Rights Institute is an annual residential course, begun in 2007, which focuses on a conceptual study of sexuality. The Institute examines the links between sexuality, rights, gender, and health and their interface with socio-cultural and legal issues. The participants critically analyse policy, research, and programme interventions using a rights-based approach.
Organization By : CREA's Sexuality, Gender, and Rights Institute
Date 09 Jun 2018 To 17 Jun 2018
The Workshop on The Agricultural Crisis and Critical Agricultural reforms for Nutritional Security
The workshop will take place at the International Conference on Critical Public Health Consequences of the Double Burden of Malnutrition and the Changing Food Environment in South and Southeast Asia from 11am to 1pm.
Organization By : The Public Health Resource Network (PHRN), the Peoples’ Health Movement (PHM-Global), Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA), World Public Health Nutrition Association (WPHNA), Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation (NSF)
Date 03 Mar 2018 To 27 Mar 2018
Research Methods Workshop: Challenges in Field Research at GIDR
The two-day workshop on research methods aims at emphasizing the importance of reflecting on issues around power dynamics between researchers and human research subjects as these unfold on ground in primary surveys in social science research in India. Application with attachments should be sent to: reflexivityworkshop@gmail.com by 10 February, 2018
Organization By : University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad
Date 26 Feb 2018 To 27 Feb 2018
Invitation for Annual Meet 2018 of Medico Friends Circle (MFC)
Theme: Health Workforce in India: Facing the Crisis in Public Health. The medico friend circle , a voluntary platform of those passionate about public health, invites you to its 44th Annual Meet. In today’s context of health worker shortage, shrinking roles of the state and goals of the National Health Policy 2017, the discussions will examine the current policy scenario and the domination of the private sector; the distribution and engagement of health workers, and the issues around training and regulation. There will be case studies of promising practices in under-resourced settings and recommendations for sustainable ways of addressing the current crisis.
Organization By : Medicao Friends Circle, MFC
Date 09 Feb 2018 To 11 Feb 2018
STATA Retreat: An Intermediate Course on Handling NSS Data
The 3 Day Workshop, being jointly organized by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication SNAP Academy, aims to build a pool of active and statistically savvy social scientists, researchers, and journalists, who can confidently deal with large-scale sample surveys, like NSS data and primary survey data. The workshop is an intermediate course on dealing with big data using STATA. It aims to develop capabilities of participants in understanding and analyzing large data sets based on non-random sampling technique such as NSS using programming environment of STATA. The course is meant for the candidates with some orientation in large or nationally representative data and STATA Environment.
Organization By : Department of Journalism and Mass Communication
Date 31 Dec 2017 To 02 Jan 2018
Two-day Workshop on Infrastructure and the Right to the City: Perspectives from India
invite abstracts of 800-1000 words along with a short bio-note by November 12, 2017. The selected applicants will be informed by November 20, 2017. The selected candidates will have to submit full papers of 6000-8000 words by January 10, 2018. Scholars are requested to submit unpublished and original works only. Please note that final acceptance in the workshop is contingent upon the submission of the full papers. The organisers will bear the cost of travel (2AC train fare) and local hospitality.
Organization By : IDSK, Kolkata
Date 15 Feb 2018 To 16 Feb 2018
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