Publication

The Indian People's Tribunal Report on Environmental and Human Rights Violations, by Chemplast Sanmar and Malco Industries at Mettur Tamil Nadu

The IPT enquires specifically into several alleged environmental and violation of human rights by the Chemplast Sanmar a ...read more

Strategies to Combat Forced Evictions: Kolkata Workshop Report

The report contains the proceedings of the three-day national workshop on housing rights that was held in Kolkata city o ...read more

Narmada : Inquiry into Displacement, Resettlement and Rehabilitation of People Affected by the Sardar Sarovar Project; 2004 - Indian People’s Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights (IPT)

The Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP), a multi-purpose dam project built in the Narmada River Valley, has been challenged on ...read more

Report of the Indian People’s Tribunal on Caste Based Atrocities on 'Dalits in Varanasi and Surrounding Areas in UP - Indian People’s Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights (IPT)

The upper castes and richer and landed classes are countering this with violence and threats to frighten the Dalits by u ...read more

Fact Finding Report of the Indian People’s Tribunal on the Atrocities Against Dalits in the Banaskantha District of Gujarat - Indian People’s Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights (IPT)

Gujarat is one of the states with the worst track record on protection for Dalits. A baseline survey conducted by the Be ...read more

Untouchability on Trial: Report on Indian People’s Tribunal on Untouchability (Hindi)

Translated By Veena Taneja Discrimination, untouchability and atrocities are all caste based human rights violations o ...read more

Untouchability on Trial: Report on Indian People’s Tribunal on Untouchability

Edited By Abid Shah Discrimination, untouchability, and atrocities are all caste-based human rights violations on a lin ...read more

Kashipur: An Enquiry into Mining and Human Rights Violations in Kashipur, Orissa - Report of the Indian People's Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights

Written and Edited By Shravantl Reddy An eight-member multidisciplinary panel of the Indian People‘s Tribunal headed ...read more

Public Education in Mumbai: Rhetoric or Rights? - Report of the Indian People’s Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights

By Aruna Kashyap The Indian People's Tribunal for Environment and Human Rights' in conjunction with organizing groups f ...read more

National Consultation on Criminal Justice Reforms

An important report covering proceeding of national consultations held on criminal justice reforms in the country. ...read more

Bulldozing Rights: Report on the Forced Evictions and Housing Policies for the Poor in Mumbai-Report of the Indian People’s Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights

The report narrates the forced evictions and demolitions from November 2004 to February 2005 in Mumbai that rendered mor ...read more

Consultation on rights of Transgender Persons after NALSA Judgement

Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) organised a consultation to discuss the legal support needed for accessing transgender r ...read more

Report: National Consultation on Child Rights

rights to discuss and mull over the conflicts and challenges while litigating and while doing advocacy and chalk out st ...read more

Report on regional training for DPO’s and lawyers on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016

The regional training was organised in collaboration with RPS Law College Patna and was intended to train young lawyers ...read more

Report on national level workshop on contemporary developments in the law relating to violence and discrimination against women

Five-day National level Workshop on contemporary developments in the law relating to violence and discrimination agains ...read more

4th Report of the National Training on Prisoners’ Rights, 2018

Centre for Constitutional Rights India, Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) in collaboration with O.P. Jindal Global Univers ...read more

Report from the Independent People's Tribunal on Mumbai Coastal Road

The Mumbai Coastal Road will connect Nariman Point to Kandivali. The sea road is bound to not only destroy marine life b ...read more

Second National Consultation on Prison Legal Aid, 2013

Edited By Saswati Debnath and Amiy Shukla ...read more

Independent People’s Tribunal : An Inquiry into the Status of Implementation of the Forest Rights Act 2006

Independent People’s Tribunal on the Status of Implementation of Forest Rights Act (2006) – A Report © Socio Le ...read more

Harmonizing Laws with the UNCRPD

Edited By Dr. Amita Dhanda, Rajive Raturi In order to assist the Indian Government to fulfill these obligations under ...read more

Coercion versus Empowerment Perspectives from the People’s Tribunal on India’s Coercive Population Policies and Two-Child Norm

Edited By Shruti Pandey, Abhijit Das, Shravanti Reddy , Binamrata Rani This book aims at a rollback on coercion, targe ...read more

HRLN's Kolkata unit forms a strong alliance with the transgender community in West Bengal

HRLN started working on issues faced by the transgender community since 2016, where a matter on behalf of a transgender ...read more

Bihar Prison Report 2015

Status report 2015 Based on Survey, Inspection and Analysis Made by and on behalf of Bihar State Legal Services Aut ...read more

3rd National Consultation on Prisoners Rights, Legal Aid, and Prison Reform, 2016

Human Rights Law Network in collaboration with Tata Institute for Social Sciences (TISS), Commonwealth Human Rights ...read more

A report on the flood menace: Will Assam ever be safe from its annual ravaging?

Floods are an annual recurrent event in Assam, causing damage worth crores and affecting thousands of lives. All rivers ...read more

Indian People’s Tribunal unanimously and vociferously rejects the entry of BT Brinjal in the country

BT Brinjal will ultimately lead to economic subjugation of our farming community while having a catastrophic impact on o ...read more

Report on the first National Consultation on Prison Reform

Editors: Ritu Kumar, Smriti Minocha, Narain Kumar. Text Editor: Ashima Kanwar. ...read more

A study on the social life of ex-residents of the government juvenile justice institutions in kerala.

Book is edited, Adv. Sandhya Raju Research is led by Gopika Govindan, Diya Elizabeth Punnoose, Adv. Arunima .N. Das ...read more