CLPR requires brand identity and website design for National Constitution Society (“NCS”) website as part of the Constitutional and Civic Citizenship Project.
On 23rd November, the Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) will organize the First National Constitution Society Convention at the Indian Institute of Human Settlements, Bangalore.This one-day event will bring together Student Delegates, from academic institutions across the country, with academics, lawyers and civil society leaders. It presented Student Delegates with the opportunity to critically engage with the history and contemporary relevance of the Indian Constitution and develop a plan to preserve, protect and promote constitutional values in the 21st century.The student delegates at the Convention will elect a Student Board to anchor and plan activities for the year 2019.
The duration of engagement will not extend beyond December 2018.
Interested firms can write to the undersigned for more details on deliverables and clarifications.
Centre for Law and Policy Research