Subject: Human Rights Results: 163

Child Labour: A Curse

The expression "child" has been characterized by the "Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986". As indicated by this demonstration, child  ...Read More

By: Nikita Saraf | 08/01/2017 | Human Rights

"They Dare to Dream..."- Human Rights and Homosexuality,a Socio-Legal Debate

"It is not a human right that a man considers another man as a woman. Homosexuals are considered deviant in Africa. We will continue to disgrace them  ...Read More

By: Miss Lakshmi Govind | 02/28/2005 | HUMAN RIGHTS

(Trans) Gressing the Binary: Coalitional Self-determination for the ‘Third Gender’ Framework

In National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) v. Union of India, the Supreme Court of India legally recognized the existence of a ‘third gender’ iden  ...Read More

By: Akshita Pandit | | Human Rights

A Dead Letter To Constitution: Addressing Structural Inequalities

Uniform Civil Code (UCC) is one of the most debatable issues amongst the various religious communities in India. The concept of UCC is pitched in the  ...Read More

By: Miss Varsha Gupta | | Human Rights

A Human Rights Approach to Goods and Service Tax (GST) in India

The constitution of India empowered the Central Government and State Government to impose different types of direct and indirect taxes  ...Read More

By: Jagdish G Surti | | Human Rights

A Human Rights Approach to Protection of Indigenous Knowledge: Looking at Solutions Beyond the Intellectual Property Law Regime


The growing concern over indigenous peoples’ right to protection of indigenous  ...Read More

By: Cyril Darlong Diengdoh* | 11/28/2008 | HUMAN RIGHTS

A Right To Have Rights – The German Constitutional Concept Of Human Dignity

The German constitution declares in its first Amendment that human dignity is inviolable and declares its protection a duty of the state. The followi  ...Read More

By: Christoph Enders | | Human Rights

A Socio-legal Analysis Of Child Labour Vis-à-vis Child Rights In India

Child labour is a global phenomenon. In India it existed in one form or the other such as slaves, domestic servants, etc. since time immemorial.  ...Read More

By: Binayak Patnaik | 04/21/2014 | Human Rights

A Symbiotic Relation Between Human Rights And Consumer Protection

The word consumer is generic and broad, encompassing different categories of persons. The hirer, the buyer, the patient seeking medical services, the  ...Read More

By: Dr. Shubhada Gholap | | Human Rights

Aadhaar: Wrong Number, Or Big Brother Calling?

Aadhar, touted by its supporters as the ultimate tech solution to India’s development problems, failed to bring the UPA back to power. Despite having  ...Read More

By: Kalyani Menon Sen | | Human Rights
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