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Presentations from the Five-Day Training on Contemporary Developments in the Law Relating to Violence and Discrimination against Women


You can now access all of the presentations that were made at HRLN's 'Five-Day Training on Contemporary Developments in the Law Relating to Violence and Discrimination against Women', held from the 19th – 23rd June in Goa, India. The presentations feature a huge range of topics that all intersect ..... Read More

HRLN attends the 6th Annual SARJAI Workshop in Kathmandu, Nepal


From May 16-19th 2018, HRLN attended the Centre for Reproductive Rights' 6th Annual South Asia Reproductive Justice and Accountability Initiative Workshop in Kathmandu, Nepal. As an organisation that fervently advocates for reproductive rights in India, HRLN has been attending this workshop since its inception. The workshop was attended by ..... Read More

The Two-Child Norm: More Anti-Autonomy than Antidote


A 1980s Indian Stamp stating 'a small family is a happy family'   Zahra Andalucia Wynne – Since 1951, India has seen its population almost quadruple from 360 million to 1.2 billion people, making it the ..... Read More

Times of India Interview with HRLN Bihar State Coordinator on Child Marriage


Times of India, in their special edition New Hope magazine, recently interviewed Advocate and HRLN Bihar State Coordinator Vikash Kumar Pankaj on the issue of child marriage in the state. You can read the full article below.   'Vikash Kumar Pankaj is the state co-ordinator for Human Rights Law Network and president ..... Read More

HRLN file petition regarding non-availability of alcohol to detect TB


HRLN recently filed a petition on the non-availability of alcohol, which had nearly stopped the early detection of Tuberculosis through Sputum Smear Microscopy, which required alcohol to facilitate the testing.  The case was widely reported in the newspaper. Although the case is ongoing, the centre has directed the state to make ..... Read More
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