CDPS is an independent research centre engaged in research and writings on issues in the fields of development and peace in India’s Northeast and the neighbourhood. It is a partner of COSATT (Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks).
 
 
China Watch
 
  Wasbir Hussain, January 2016
 
 
Forecast 2016
 
  by WASBIR HUSSAIN
 
 
Events
Shared Rivers in South Asia: Challenges and Prospects in Lower Riparian States International Seminar, 16-17 March 2015
 
Special Report, January 2015
 
Point of view- THE CDPS COLUMN
Anup Chetia and ULFA peace talks
Barely 45 days after Bangladesh handed him over to Indian authorities, detained ULFA general secretary . ..
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Rani Pathak Das
January 2016
   
Tracing jihadi elements in Northeast India
 
     
Distinguished Fellows
  Mr. P. C. Haldar
Former Member, National Security Advisory Board
  Lt. Gen. A. S. Lamba
PVSM, AVSM
Former Vice Chief of
Army Staff
 
 
 
Activities
 
Peace Awarness Programme for Madrassa Students

Study for UNICEF India: Children in Conflit-hit regions
 
 
Publications
 

 

SHARED RIVERS IN SOUTH ASIA
Challenges & Prospects in Lower Riparian States

edited by
Wasbir Hussain

Women's Participation in MGNREGA Work in Assam

A CDPS Analysis 2015

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 Research & Studies
 
Since June 2015, CDPS is engaged in a field based Study titled Tribal Women’s Rights in Northeast India: Access to Representation and Justice. The Study covers three states in the Northeast: Nagaland, Meghalaya and Assam. The Study will be complete by February 2016.
From January-August 2015, CDPS completed a field based Study on Monitoring Teacher and Students' Attendance at schools in four districts of Assam, namely, Jorhat, Darrang, Karimganj and Karbi Anglong. The Study has been commissioned by Axom Sarba Siksha Abhijan Mission.