The Apartheid Wall with which Israel has annexed almost half of the already Occupied West Bank The Indian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (InCACBI) calls on all Indians to join the Day of Rage on August 9, called by the International BDS Movement. Join us at Jantar Mantar between 4 – 8 PM. InCACBI and the … More Gaza Calls! Day of Rage August 9th, Jantar Mantar, Delhi
Statement from Bir Zeit University Institute of Women’s Studies, Palestine Gaza Under Attack As we write this statement, 25 days after the brutal incursion on Gaza, over a thousand and four hundred of innocent civilian women, men and children have been butchered by Israel’s war machine and much more are threatened to be killed. The call … More Urgent Call: Bir Zeit University Institute of Women’s Studies, Palestine
Image from article by PRIYAMVADA GOPAL ‘India’s Forgotten Solidarity with Palestine’ on Aljazeera.
Over 150,000 social justice protesters took to the streets of 11 cities across Israel.These protests, which some are calling part of an “Israeli Spring”, began initially in response to the country’s housing crisis. But since as they began gaining momentum, they have spread to a host of social and economic complaints, including overlap with the struggling … More Spring in Israel? Internal voices of dissent grow
Guest post by RAVIKANT ‘निकम्मों व गये-गुजरों’ के लोक सेवा आयोग और सीसैट के जरिये सरकारी नौकरियों में दाखिले के खिलाफ एक आवाज के खिलाफ एक और आवाज (टीप मेरी- इसका यह मतलब नहीं कि सीसैट के खिलाफ बोलने व आंदोलन करने वाले बेहतरीन के समर्थन में नहीं हैं. उन्हें बेहतरीन के साथ संवेदनशील के … More सीसैट के जरिये सरकारी नौकरियों में दाखिले के खिलाफ एक आवाज के खिलाफ एक और आवाज – रविकांत
Guest post by An Anonymous Advocate from the AP High Court On 22nd April, 2014, two Judges of the Andhra Pradesh High Court held that there was no evidence in the Chunduru atrocity case. The court acquitted all the accused. Not just that. They blamed the Dalits for not being responsible enough in alerting the … More The Chunduru Caste Atrocity – Discussing a Retrograde Judgment: Anonymous
This is a guest post by KISHORE In a significant move, the Ministry of Women and Child Development has decided to repeal and re-enact Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act 2000. Along with its claims to streamline adoption and foster care procedures, it also proposes that juveniles above 16 years of age involved … More Need to re-enact Juvenile Justice Act – Myths and Realities: Kishore