Conference on 'Recent Changes in India’s Fiscal Architecture: Implications for Development Policy and Social Inclusion' 15 - 16 December, 2015
The landscape of fiscal policy, development planning and budgetary processes in India has witnessed number of changes over the last two years, and, some of these changes are still underway. In such a backdrop, CBGA has organised a two-day conference, “Recent Changes in India’s Fiscal Architecture: Implications for Development Policy and Social Inclusion”, which brought together academics, policy researchers, social activists, journalists and policymakers from across the country. The conference aimed to bring more clarity in the public discourses on issues relating to fiscal policy and budgetary processes in the country at present; it also aimed to identify policy alternatives in this domain that could be pursued in the coming years.
- Panel Discussion on Union Budget 2018-19
- Mid-term strategy meeting on 'Creating a Tax Justice Narrative in India'
- National Convention on 'Civil Society Budget Work and Governance Accountability in India: Continuity and Change'
- Orientation Workshop on 'Fault Lines in the International Tax System and Illicit Financial Flows'
- Panel Discussion on 'India’s Investment in Nutrition: States’ Role and Response'
- 'What Do the Numbers Tell?' - A Panel Discussion on Union Budget 2017-18
- Consultation on 'Opening Up Access to Budget Data in India'
- Consultation on 'Safety of Women in Public Spaces in Delhi: Governance and Budgetary Challenges’
- JSA-PBI National Consultation on 'Strengthening Public Provisioning of Healthcare in India'
- Consultation on 'Government Financing of School Education in India'