Demands To The Government On Safety For Children, By Children.
OUR SAFETY, OUR RIGHTS. A TAMIL NADU STATE REPORT DEMANDS TO THE GOVERNMENT ON SAFETY FOR CHILDREN, BY CHILDREN.
BRIEFING: Tyranny Of A Lawless Law
The Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act (PSA) circumvents the criminal justice system in Jammu and Kashmir to undermine accountability, transparency and respect for human, said Amnesty International India at the launch of its new briefing, “Tyranny of A ‘Lawless Law’: Detention without Charge or Trial under the J&K PSA”.
10-point Agenda To Improve Human Rights In India
Amnesty India is asking political parties contesting the 2019 general elections to commit to and adopt as part of their manifestoes the following 10-point agenda to improve India’s human rights record. These issues are by no means exhaustive, and effective action will need collaboration with other relevant authorities, including state governments.
Our Safety, Our Rights
Our campaign "Our Safety, Our Rights" primarily aims to create awareness among children to understand and identify the various forms of abuse, especially sexual abuse.
Reclaiming The Republic
"Reclaiming the Republic" are a group of concerned citizens who place before the country specific ideas and measures for recovery, reconstruction and reorientation.
An Opportunity To Avoid The Use Of A Repressive Colonial-Era Law
An Open Letter from Aakar Patel of Amnesty India to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on the issue of prosecuting Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and six others for alleged sedition under Section 124A.
Amnesty India’s submission on the draft Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines) Rules 2018
Following the call of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology for comments
and suggestions on the draft Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines) Rules 2018,
published on 24 December 2018, Amnesty India welcomes the opportunity to make the
Our Recommendations toward the protection of human rights (amendment) bill 2018
Amnesty International India is concerned that The Protection of Human Rights (Amendment) Bill, 2018 does not go far enough to remedy the criticisms against The Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993.
Submission toward the Consultation Paper on Sedition (2018) of the Law Commission of India, Government of India
With reference to the Law Commission of India’s solicitation of suggestions from society on its Consultation Paper on “Sedition”, 30 August 2018, Amnesty International India makes the following submission toward Section 8.4(i-x) therein.
Video: Kamla Bhasin: Child Sexual Abuse
Laws alone will never be enough to curb child sexual abuse. We, as a community, as parents, as caretakers, as institutions and most importantly, as teachers, should take the responsibility to ensure that children in our care, are safe and secure.
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