Domestic Violence Survivor’s Guide
You can seek help and break the cycle of abuse, for yourself or for someone you may know. You are entitled to live in a safe space. Learn what survivors can do to keep themselves safe.
Joint Open Letter To The Indian Government Calling For The Release Of Human Rights Defenders At Risk
Two Years After Thoothukudi: Impunity on Gross Display
Two years on investigations by judicial and quasi-judicial institutions of Tamil Nadu and India, have not gone further and have failed in holding the officials accountable but also in their duty to uphold constitutional obligations. Their delayed actions and inactions have only fostered a conducive climate for the State Impunity to flourish.
The Women Warriors Fighting COVID-19 at the Frontline: ASHA workers left without Hope
India’s crippling health system is today at the forefront of the country’s battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. At the very centre of this public health system, stand over 900,000 women called as ASHA workers who are taking on the pandemic – unarmed, unseen and unheard.
URGENT ACTION: Protestors Arrested For Opposing Bigoted Law
Meeran Haider, Shifa-Ur-Rehman and Safoora Zargar, who is three months pregnant, have been arrested for peacefully protesting the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a law that legitimises discrimination on the basis of religion and stands in clear violation of the Constitution of India and international human rights law.
Ensure Dignity and Protection For Sanitation Workers On The Frontlines of COVID-19 In India
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented crisis that has affected the lives and livelihoods of millions of people around the world. People from economically weaker backgrounds are disproportionately affected, particularly in countries like India.
Injustice In The Courts: Four Indian Laws That Should Have Never Existed
Here are four Indian laws that should have never existed, let alone be used to stifle dissent and free speech in the country.
Statement from academics and activists from UK on crackdown on dissent
We condemn the brutal crackdown on dissent and protest which has accompanied India’s Covid-19 lockdown. The Modi government has launched a witch-hunt of students and activists and is charging them under the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).
Bystander Action for Domestic Violence: What You Can Do To Help
As a bystander, you can take action to help a domestic violence victim. Learn how.
The nation-wide lockdown in India to curb the novel coronavirus has left many women locked in with their abusers with nowhere to go.
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