Showing 21 Result(s)
Features

Mutual Aid and Self-Organization in Anti-CAA and Farmers’ Protests

pranav

Pranav Jeevan P توشاہیںہےپروازہےکامتیراترےسامنےآسماںاوربھیہیں- اقبال तूशाहीनहै,परवाज़हैकामतेरा ,तेरेसामनेआसमांऔरभीहै – इकबाल You are a falcon, your purpose is to fly, there are still more skies for you to transcend – Ikbal India witnessed two large scale protests in last 2 years which saw millions taking to streets against the oppressive laws passed by the Government. These were …

Features

Politics beyond Pity: Looking at the condemnation of the events of Republic Day, 2021

farmers protest

  Naichashakh (नैचाशाख) The farmer’s protests which managed to persuasively register themselves in early November as the farmer groups and unions moved past the barricades, heavy police deployment, water cannons, and several other obstacles to lodge themselves firmly at the seat of political power have opened up the many contradictions which make or rather un-make …

Assertion

Call for Law Interns

Call for Interns

  Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project Call for Law Interns The Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project (CPAProject) is a research and litigation intervention working to build accountability against the unjust criminalisation of marginalised communities, and towards decarceration. We are looking for legal interns for remote internships from November 2020 to January 2021. The work …

Features

Let’s move on from this simplistic debate of nepotism in Bollywood

anurag minus verma 07 2020

Anurag Minus Verma For the last few weeks, nepotism and insider/outsider has become the trending topic. As an outsider who is working in the Mumbai industry for more than 5 years, I would like to add that the debate of nepotism is a simplistic debate. There are much deeper issues which are plaguing the industry …

Assertion

Shanti Swaroop Bauddh: An Outstanding Bahujan Warrior

shanti swaroop bauddh

  Manoj Abhigyan On June 06, 2020, a sad news popped up on my mobile that Bauddhacharya Shanti Swaroop Bauddh was no more. He was 71. For the past several days, he was fighting with the corona virus disease at Delhi’s Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital. The warrior dealing with all the hassles and challenges …

Features

Necessity of representation: a Tribal woman vice chancellor in India

swapnil dhanraj

Swapnil Dhanraj When was the last time India celebrated a success story of a woman coming from a Tribal community in Indian academia? If we think about the manner in which Indian education system has dealt with the issues of Dalits, Tribals and other marginalised communities, it appears that those issues have been represented and …

Features

Assessment of Health and Economic Status of Adivasis during COVID-19 Crisis

john kujur

John Kujur The pandemic COVID-19 has wreaked an unprecedented health crisis and subsequently led to socio-economic instability across the world. The impact of the pandemic is perceived to be pernicious for every person irrespective of caste, class, sex, religion, race etc. However, the burden of such crises is often shifted to the vulnerable sections of …

Assertion

India’s Coronavirus and Lockdown Alienation

mohammed owais saleem

Mohd Owais Saleem Has lockdown led the marginalized or many other groups of India to severe alienation during COVID-19? Is it affecting the lives of groups and individuals? Being a student of sociology, this question always strikes me hard. Having been born and brought up in Delhi, it has been observed that the lives of …