CCRI- International Law Lectures: Ongoing Litigation Russia on Internet shutdowns, facial recognition, backdoors.
With its base in Delhi, CCRI runs courses throughout India in remote rural areas where access to high quality legal and human rights education is hard to find, as well as in the metro cities. We bring theory, practice, and law together into an integrated and multidisciplinary program. CCRI specialises in public interest law, social activism and access to justice. We offer a radical and comprehensive curriculum from the perspective of defending poor and marginalised people. Our courses are designed and built around the specific issues and concerns of the time and place in which they are delivered.
This is done to enable us to respond immediately to critical situations by providing training to local lawyers and activists on how to use the law to combat injustice."
The Centre for Constitutional Rights recently started its International Law Lecture Series with lawyers and activists from leading Civil Liberties organisations sharing their experience with leading cases/litigation on various constitutional rights in their courts
Our 2nd International Law lecture is scheduled on 12/02/2021.
Our speaker, Damir Gainutdinov from Agora, Russia will be delivering a lecture on their experience with litigation in Russia on internet shutdowns, facial recognitions and backdoors.
You are invited to a Zoom meeting.
When: Feb 12, 2021 04:30 PM India
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Meeting ID- 990 5440 5675
password - 451804