1. Centre For Civil Society (CCS), New Delhi
    Centre for Civil Society advances social change through public policy. Their work in education, livelihood, and policy training promotes choice and accountability across private and public sectors. To translate policy into practice, the organization engages with policy and opinion leaders through research, pilot projects and advocacy. They are India’s leading liberal think tank, ranked 50 worldwide by the annual study conducted by the Think Tanks and Civil Society Program at the University of Pennsylvania. www.ccs.in
  2. Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR), Kochi
    Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) is a think tank dedicated to extensive and in-depth research on current economic, social, and political issues. They study public policies with a dedicated, objective, and an unbiased approach. They strive to initiate policy changes by publishing our research and by framing policy debates and discussions on various subjects. Their research areas include Governance, Education, Health, Law, Livelihood, Strategy & Security and Urban Reforms. www.cppr.in
  3. CUTS Institute for Regulation & Competition (CIRC), Delhi
    Established in 1983, Consumer Unity and Trust Society (CUTS) has built up a formidable reputation as a leading research, advocacy and networking group engaged on issues of international trade and development, competition, investment, economic regulation, human development and consumer protection. It has five overseas centres: three in Africa, one in the Geneva and one in Vietnam with staff strength of over 100 persons. CIRC offers a wide range of programmes aimed at the existing scenario and will cater to the unmet demand of trained personnel in the following areas: Economic regulation and Competition Policy & Law www.circ.in
  4. Free A Billion (FAB), Mumbai
    Free A Billion (FAB) is a socio-political start-up, based out of Mumbai, India. FAB is a people’s movement that aims to revamp India’s political and economic system by creating a popular demand for a new constitution that safeguards individual freedom for all persons. FAB’s mission is to change the way India functions by revamping the rules that govern us. FAB aims at changing India’s operating system by creating a people’s movement for a new Constitution that safeguards individual freedoms for all its citizens. www.freeabillion.com
  5. Good Governance India Foundation (GGIF), Kolkata
    Good Governance India Foundation (GGIF) is a think-tank dedicated to promoting value of property rights under constitutional rule of law. It is presently campaigning for property rights of smallholders as a fundamental human right, in the backdrop of massive unrests due to forcible acquisition of farmlands. It advocates for free and fair land markets as the best arbiter of what economic projects are in real public interest. Apart from the above, GGIF generally advocates for public policy reforms based on democratic principles of decentralization and primacy of individual human rights. www.goodgovernanceindia.com
  6. India Institute (II), New Delhi
    India Institute is an international award winning independent, not-for-profit think tank based in Delhi. It promotes dignity, choice and enterprise through innovative research, evidence- based policy advocacy and litigation for free market policies. School education, Higher education, Law and Property rights are its 4 main focus areas. Their legal research and litigation wing, Centre for Justice, is among the first legal research institutions in the country dedicated to fighting for freedom. www.indiai.org
  7. Liberty Institute, New Delhi
    Liberty Institute is an independent think tank dedicated to empowering the people by harnessing the power of the market. It seeks to build understanding and appreciation of the four institutional pillars of a free society – Individual Rights, Rule of Law, Limited Government and Free Market. The Institute was established in 1996, as a non-profit organisation. It solicits the support of all freedom loving individuals and organisations. It seeks to retain its independence, demonstrate its commitment to ideals, live up to its motto: “Where the mind is without fear…” www.indefenceofliberty.org
  8. South Asia Bamboo Foundation (SABF), Guwahati
    South Asia Bamboo Foundation (SABF) wants to bring the potential of bamboo to a more elevated exposure – to protect natural resources and the environment, to ensure sustainable utilization, to promote new cultivation of bamboo for new industries, as well as promote traditional uses locally and for community economic development.
  9. South Asia Students for Liberty (SASFL), Delhi
    Students For Liberty (SFL) is committed to bringing about a libertarian world that is meaningfully freer than it is today in all areas of people’s lives and has the capacity to remain that way for a long time. To change the world, we need the people of the world to embrace that change. “To Educate, Develop, And Empower The Next Generation Of Leaders Of Liberty” is their mission statement. www.sasfl.org