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MESD 2012

Centre for Reforms, Development and Justice in capacity as knowledge partners cos-hosted MESD 2012 – the 3rd International Conference on “Managing MNE Dynamics and Sustainable Development: Best Strategies, Practices and Models” from December 12-14, 2012 at NDMC Convention Centre, Sansad Marg, New Delhi, 30 delegates from nine countries including France, USA, Sweden, Morocco, Nigeria and more than 250 delegates from India participated in the deliberations over three days on the issues relating to sustainable development and the role of the multinational enterprises

Seminar on the Rise of Civil Society

Centre for Reforms, Development and Justice (CRD&J) is a body of academics, journalists, intellectuals and social workers registered under the Societies Act. It is based in Delhi. The avowed aim of the CRD&J is to create public awareness and opinion on the matters confronting the Indian society. In an era when policy making has entered public domain, it is important that articulation of opinion should be based on inputs from the cross-section of society.

Capital Phenomenon

CRDJ president Sidharth Mishra’s commentary on the contemporary history of Delhi – Capital Phenomenon – was released by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in July 2010. The release of the book, published by Allied Publishers, was marked by a very exciting discussion between Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, BJP leader Harshvardhan, leading academicians and journalists. The book has since proved to be a best-seller. It has proved to be first authentic work on changing political paradigm in the national Capital.

C.M. Sheila Dikshit on FDI in retail

'Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit releasing proceedings of the seminar on FDI in retail organised by Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (SBSC) of Delhi University on 5 November 2012. She is accompanied by (from left) Mr Dhiraj Mathur of PWC, Dr Anil Sardana, seminar director, Dr PK Khurana, principal of SBSC, Sidharth Mishra, president, CRDJ and Narendra Yadav, treasurer, SBSC, governing body.'

Centre has no road map to implement food security act, says Raman Singh

Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh speaking at a national symposium on National Food Security Act' 2013 organised by Centre for Reforms, Development and Justice (CRDJ) in the national Capital on 30 July 2013. Also seen in the picture is CRDJ president Sidharth Mishra and secretary Dr Sanjeev Kumar Tiwari. 

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