Publications


December 10, 2015

CIVIL SOCIETY AND THE COMMONWEALTH - REACHING FOR PARTNERSHIP

Closing civil society space across the Commonwealth provides the context for this report, while the driving force is the Commonwealth’s own set of core values. This report examines the engagement between the Commonwealth Secretariat, the central institution of the Commonwealth of Nations, and civil society.

December 08, 2015

ROUGH ROADS TO EQUALITY - Women Police in Bangladesh

This report critically examines the situation of women in policing in Bangladesh. It is based on the premise that gender equality, besides being a value to be upheld in and of itself, is a vital attribute for effective and genuinely impartial law enforcement.

December 05, 2015

101 things you wanted to know about the police but were too afraid to ask [Manipuri] (2015)

December 03, 2015

101 things you wanted to know about the police but were too afraid to ask [Assamese]

December 01, 2015

101 things you wanted to know about the police but were too afraid to ask [Telugu] (2015)

November 24, 2015

Rough Roads To Equality WOMEN POLICE IN MEGHALAYA

Police institutions need to be representative of the society they serve, in order to command public respect and credibility. Diversity in police organisations, besides being a value to be upheld in and of itself, is a vital attribute of effective and impartial law enforcement.

November 18, 2015

One day consultation with Trainee judicial officers on The Role of Magistrates at First Production held on 15th December 2015 in Jodhpur

CHRI’s Sana Das introduced CHRI and its work and the objective of the workshop and the studies conducted. Raja Bagga from CHRI spoke about the crime rate and arrest trends in India and Rajasthan over the last ten years. He discussed how the arrest rate has been increasing in the last few years even though Section 41 of the Cr.PC.