A 4-day residential course on ‘How to Engage in Broadband Policy and Regulatory Processes’ will be held in IIT, Delhi (16th- 19th December 2016). This is the seventh of a series of short courses funded by Ford Foundation. The first two courses of this series mainly focused on producing knowledgeable consumers of research who are able to engage in broadband policy and regulatory processes, whereas this course along with the previous courses in New Delhi, India, Nagarkot, Nepal and Marawila, Sri Lanka incorporats how to produce policy-relevant research into the syllabus.
Call for applications: English
Syllabus of the course can be accessed here.
Photos of the Event
The presentations of the course are below
Session 0 – Introduction to workshop
Session 1 – Research to Policy
Session 2 –Writing for Parliamentarians
Session 3 – Finding research
Session 5 –What do we expect from public consultations?
Plan for the assignment
Session 6 – Demand-side research / BharatNet
Session 7 –National Broadband Network four countries
Session 8 –Policy on Virtual Network Operators
Session 9 –Net Neutrality
Session 10 – Interrogating supply-side indicators
Session 11 –Evolution of Internet Policy in India
Session 12 –Social Media & Government
Session 13 –Communicating policy-relevant findings (Slideset 1)
Communicating policy-relevant findings (Slideset 2)
Session 14 –Chat Box – Spectrum Policy