The Centre for Innovation in Governance (CIG) objectives are to help advance thinking on Governance models that are aligned to enable citizens to more easily be righteous, allow them to achieve prosperity, enjoy their experience of life and support the progress of all life forms. This is congruent to the philosophy of Purushartha and its four pillars: Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.
These six areas are currently under development with the first version outputs for Artha, Aarogya and Vidya coming out in Calendar Year 2021. The models for Kala, Bala and Nyaya will be introduced over the next calendar year and if you are an educator or researcher or a traditional scholar with knowledge of these or any of the above six areas please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Centre for Innovation in Governance is looking at a deep network of expertise to help train its future leaders.