Articles, Human Rights

The Forgotten Human Rights of Prisoners in India

-By Shivam Tripathi* The Indian criminal justice system has undergone drastic changes in the last few decades, and the old idea of deterrence has evolved towards a more reformative approach to incarceration that addresses human rights and reinsertion into society. Indian prisons are governed both by central and state legislation, namely The Prisons Act of… Continue reading The Forgotten Human Rights of Prisoners in India

Articles, Contemporary, Human Rights

TOWARDS A TRANS-INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE: MOVING PAST THE HETERONORMATIVITY

-By Riya Thawani and Jhalak Gupta* “The rule of law requires a just law which facilitates equality, liberty, and dignity in all its facets,”- Justice D.Y. Chandrachud. The measures against age-old and institutionalized cruelty have to be implanted by every possible means and towards all aspects, to support the change. India has taken a step… Continue reading TOWARDS A TRANS-INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE: MOVING PAST THE HETERONORMATIVITY