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Footnotes to Justice is a monthly event at Centre for Social Justice (CSJ), to share and discuss important ongoing legal debates and some interesting reflections.
Members of CSJ’s Research and Capacity Building (RaCB) Unit try to read and write about important legal developments and things related to CSJ’s ongoing action researches every month. We also argue over these things among ourselves whenever we get a chance. In fact, we have argued over them so much that a sad predictability has crept into our discussions.
We would love to now have some other people over and listen to our ramblings, but mainly we would love to listen to fresh perspectives on these things.
This month's agenda is as follows-
"Community Based Mechanism- SWOT Analysis."
Community Based Mechanism (CBM) is an alternative dispute resolution mechanism, which is 'traditional' in nature and adheres to the conventional form of resolving disputes at the grassroots level, i.e within the village.
Housing Discrimination in India : Developing a Coherent Legal Response
The session on Housing Discrimination shall explore different dimensions of the issue and try to understand the hidden socio-economic cost arising out of continuing social segregation and exclusion.
Juvenile Justice Act in the frame of Restorative Justice
Based on our experiences, this will include functioning of various government bodies/structures and stakeholders who are responsible for working in the interests of children but fails in doing so, thus violating child rights. We will also discuss and present the frame of a process documentation.
The sessions will take place at the Conference Room on both days. We hope other people in CSJ and our friends from outside can keep some time aside and join us for two evenings of discussions.
Limited seats(upto 15 participants). For registrations, please contact: 07300066558 or firstname.lastname@example.org