Trails of Environmental Jurisprudence in India: National Green Tribunal v/s Urban Air Pollution
A study of cases before the National Green Tribunal revealed poor representation of air pollution cases being heard. What do civil society, the government, and the Tribunals need to do to ensure better resolution of air-pollution-related conflicts?
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of India’s National Disability Policy
The Draft National Disability Policy outlines goals to ensure a dignified life for PwDs from birth through life. How can data collection and infrastructural changes proposed by the Policy assist PwDs?
#JustTech: Let’s Co-Create Technology to Build Legal Solutions For Vulnerable Communities
How can collaborative legal technology building improve solutions for vulnerable communities?
Tough Gig: Why It’s Time To Relook Swiggy and Zomato’s Business Models
Amidst the high demand for food delivery, Swiggy and Zomato are facing a shortage of delivery partners. Is this part of a bigger problem with their business models? What needs to change to ensure their continued success?
The Future of Justice Srimathy’s Judgement: Treating Mother Nature as a Legal Entity
This is part two of Out of the Woods, a two-part series that explores the implication of treating Mother Nature as a legal entity....
#JustTech: How Technology Can Help Innovate Justice
How can technological advancement further the cause of justice innovation?
How Technology Can Improve Citizen Civic Engagement
Technology can improve the way that citizens engage with the law. Citizen feedback is crucial to a healthy legal system- what technological tools can improve the pre-legislative consultation process in India?
Why India Needs A More Proactive Approach to International Law
A group of international lawyers have petitioned the MEA for greater documentation of State practice. Why is there a need for transparency and accountability in State practice?
Out of the Woods: How Mother Nature as a Legal Being Can Help Attain...
The Madras High Court declared 'Mother Nature' as a living entity. What are the implications of such a judgement?
Brewing in Uncertainty: The Lives and Livelihoods of North Bengal’s Tea Plantation Workers
Sakshi Lama*, a tea garden worker in West Bengal’s Alipurduar District, is relatively at peace since it is now the peak season for harvesting...
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