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Day March 21, 2020

Covid 19 – JSA Mumbai suggestions to Maharashtra Govt and MCGM

JAN SWASTHYA ABHIYAN – MUMBAI March 21, 2020 A call to the Government of Maharashtra and MCGM  to take necessary preventive measures to curtail the spread of COVID -19 in slums and homeless. The country is reeling under the impact… Continue Reading →

How female Prime Ministers are leading in this time of crisis

LEADERSHIP Across the world, more than ever people are looking for strong, inspiring leadership. Three incredible Prime Ministers are demonstrating particularly heartening excellent resolve during this pandemic. Oh, and they just happen to be women. Erna Solberg, PM of Norway… Continue Reading →

COVID-19: How to include marginalized and vulnerable people in risk communication and community engagement

 Published 15 Mar 2020 Why include a protection, gender, and inclusion lens in risk communication and community engagement? Women, the elderly, adolescents, youth, and children, persons with disabilities, indigenous populations, refugees, migrants, and minorities experience the highest degree of socio-economic marginalization…. Continue Reading →

Delhi Riots – Kardampuri and Kabir Nagar Fact Finding Report

Lawyers Against Atrocities (LAA) led a four-member team of law students, research scholars and teachers on a fact-finding in Kardampuri and Kabir Nagar in North-East Delhi on March 11th 2020. This fact-finding hoped to document and bring to light the… Continue Reading →

COVID-19 crisis calls for urgent overhaul of social security and public health in Jharkhand

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads, a double crisis looms over Jharkhand: a health crisis and an economic crisis. Already, unemployed migrant workers are returning en masse from different states, including some (e.g. Maharashtra) with many coronavirus cases. Food vendors are… Continue Reading →

Living in the Golden Age Social Distancing

Working from home was never so good. Five tips from a pro for social distancers and the social distanced on not just how to survive self-quarantine but thrive in it Indrajit Hazra I’ve been described – well, accused of– being a professional homebody, preferring to work… Continue Reading →

Delhi ‘riots’: Rebutting the Majoritarian Apologism of Manu Joseph

on March 20, 2020 Uzair Mir In a recent column for Livemint, the novelist and columnist Manu Joseph asks, in reference to the recent Delhi ‘riots’, “Why is it that angry Hindus have been unable to tell their side of the story to… Continue Reading →

Hospital asked to pay Rs 8 lakh to snake-bite victim’s kin

Mumbai, Mar 18 Holding a Navi Mumbai-based hospital guilty of deficiency in service for not providing timely treatment to a boy bitten a venomous snake that led to his death, the Maharashtra State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission asked it to… Continue Reading →

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