Ilina Sen, face of India’s public health movement
Ilina worked closely with issues of healthcare in remote tribal regions of central India.
When people committed to the defence of constitutional values come to be incarcerated in growing numbers amid a pandemic—the crisis should be a matter of national concern.
Kashmir Report Launch:
(Dis)Integration at Gunpoint
A webinar was organised by the Kashmir Reading Room and the South Asia Solidarity Group.
Humanity Protests Against the Crimes of Death
The need for protecting health care workers across Global South during Covid 19 pandemic.
Remembering Hiroshima and the threat of nuclear extinction, eighty years on
75 years later, Aug 6 reminds us of the inhumanity of nuclear weapons and its threat to all human lives.
Civil Society Members File Intervention Application in SC in Prashant Bhushan Contempt Case
Members including Aruna Roy, Bezwada Wilson, Jayati Ghosh, and P Sainath, filed an application for intervention in the suo motu contempt proceedings in the Supreme Court against Advocate Prashant Bhushan.
Rs 1 Lakh each for Human Rights Defenders: NHRC Orders Chhattisgrah Govt
They are demanding compensation “for the mental agony and violation of human rights” caused by false charges and arrests.
Unmasking the misogyny of Indian courts
The judiciary’s view on issues such as patriarchy plays a crucial role in the dispensation of justice.