Initially the courts seemed inapproachable, with lawyers and affected people attempting to figure out how the would issues be raised in court and proceedings would be conducted through video conferencing. Slowly but steadily HRLN lawyers started filing cases in court, one of the first cases filed were to provide relief to persons in prisons, which was followed closely with cases filed to address issues faced by migrant labourers.
Parallelly being socially conscious individuals lawyers and social activists realized the importance of giving direct aid to persons, lawyers and activists were involved in distribution of dry ration and grains, distribution of masks and sanitizers and in a number of places distribution of cooked food for those who were in urgent need of food. Through the network and through various partners, HRLN covered various marginalized populations including PLHIV, Transgender Persons, persons living in slums, migrant labourers among a range of people across the country
HRLN Lawyers and activists have been providing assistance, in terms of financial and other kinds of assistance through their own pockets and through partnering with organisations. It would be extremely helpful if you could donate any sum of money for the work that HRLN is doing. Every sum counts.
Delhi High Court directs distribution of Dry Ration to 1400 Non PDS migrant labourer families stranded in Delhi
Lal Chand Rai & Anr. v. Government of NCT of Delhi W.P. (C) 3249 of 2020
Karnataka High Court directs Government of India to consider modification of SOP for treatment of Covid-19 symptoms to protect patients' right of choice
A. Varughese & Anr. v. Union of India & Ors. WP No. 9773/2020 (GM-PIL)
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On 18th July, the Human Rights Law Network, in collaboration with North East Support Centre & Helpline, Himalayan Un ...read more
Training on Refugee Rights and Discussion on the Issue of Migration in the Context of Northeast India
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As the first phase (21 days) of the COVID-19 lockdown ends and an additional fortnight is imposed, the State of Maharash ...read more
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The High Court of Judicature at Patna orders state government to provide medical facilities to HIV+ patients across the State in Bihar, and “available through the year”
Mr. ABC vs. Executive Director (Health) cum Project Director Bihar State Aids Control Society, Bihar and Ors. (CWJC 5692 of 2020)