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Centre for Study of Culture and Society (CSCS)

Social Justice in Higher Education
Work in this area tries to interrogate the centrality of the idea of social justice and diversity to higher education in India today. Apart from the crucial questions of equity and access of socially and economically marginalized students to higher education, the initiative also seeks to examine the quality of their access to higher education institutions, attempts at reform and their manifestations in terms of policy and implementation in the sector.
A key project in this area is a campus diversity initiative in collaboration with the Pathways to Higher Education programme of the Ford Foundation, in nine undergraduate colleges in three states.

Key objectives of this programme are to
Improve the quality of access to higher education at the undergraduate level.
Build a viable model for social diversity on the campus thereby getting institutions to recognize its centrality to the sphere of higher education

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Manipur Alliance for Child Rights

Consultation on POSCO Act & Juvenile Justice held|

Source: Hueiyen News Service
Imphal, August 30 2014 : A day-long State level consultation programme on Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences (POSCO) Act & Juvenile Justice System was organized by Manipur Alliance for Child Rights (MACR) at the conference hall of Manipur Voluntary Health Association (MVHA), Wangkhei Ningthem Pukhri Mapal, Imphal East on Friday.

While speaking on the topic 'An Overview on Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences (POSCO) Act 2012' as one of the Resource Persons, K Pradipkumar, convener of MACR asserted that one could file a complaint at a nearest police station against sexual assault on children and action can be taken up against the concerned police personnel, if he fails to register the complaint or a wrong report is registered under Section 22 (1) .

He informed the gathering that various sexual cases like penetrative sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault and sexual harassment can be registered under POSCO Act.

Th Radheshyam, Commandant, 1st Manipur Rifles, who was also present at the occasion spoke on the topic 'Role of Police in Juvenile Justice System'.

An open discussion on the theme 'POSCO Act & Juvenile Justice System' was also held during the consultation programme.

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MARG - Multiple Action Research Group

Legal awareness and legal literacy lie at the base of any effort toward legal empowerment.
Critical knowledge of legal provisions and processes, coupled with the skills to use this knowledge to realize rights and entitlements will empower people to demand justice, accountability and effective remedies at all levels. MARG produces a wide range of legal literacy materials, conducts legal awareness workshops for activists and the community, and also trains state functionaries on legal provisions and procedure.

MARG organizes legal awareness programmes for NGOs, communities, students, Government functionaries etc. all over the country. We have well developed training modules on a wide range of laws and issues and a considerable volume of films and literature to make the process of understanding the law easy and enjoyable.

While legal awareness is the natural starting point for legal empowerment, it has often to be followed by legal assistance in actually accessing rights. This is especially so for marginalized sections whose protracted vulnerability makes access to justice particularly difficult. Legal assistance can range from legal advice and counseling, to representation in court through litigation. MARG provides legal assistance through its network of lawyers and community justice workers in various parts of the country. MARG provides free legal assistance to the poor and the marginalized e.g. women, children, persons with disabilities, the poor. MARG’s lawyers have been providing legal counseling and in a few cases direct legal representation in courts. Legal assistance is also provided regularly through the Delhi Legal Services Authority.

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