In the age of RTI, information about Black Money seems to be hiding inside a black hole
Image courtesy: http://indiaopines.com Feb 23, 2018 By: Venkatesh Nayak During his reply on the Motion of Thanks to the Address of the President of India, in the Lok Sabha on 7th February 2018, the Hon'ble Prime Minister, Mr.
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The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative is seeking a part time research and advocacy officer for our London office.
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Reducing Pre-Trial Detention
The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative is bringing together several experts on penal reform and pre-trial detention toward a) exchanging best practice to reduce pre-trial detention and b) building collaboration on joint advocacy on the issue with particular emphasis on the countries of the commonw
Building Trust to Break Down Extremism
Bad policing is often underlying urban violence and violent extremism, while public opinion often favours exactly this type of policing.
Tax payers foot bill for fine imposed on govt officer by CIC
Disregarding provisions of the RTI Act, the government’s currency printing press reimbursed from the state exchequer the amount paid for a penalty imposed on one of its officers by the Central Information Commission, shifting the burden of what was a personal liability to tax payers.
CHRI organises Training Programme for Commonwealth Small States in Geneva
February 12 , 2018 Geneva, A number of Commonwealth Small States have participated in the first-ever training programme on the UN Human Rights Council (HRC), the premier human rights body consisting of 47 member states responsible for promoting human rights in Geneva.
Remembering Asma Jahangir: A CHRI Tribute
Feb 12, 2018 New Delhi, India The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) today described Asma Jahangir, the courageous Pakistani human rights defender, who passed away yesterday as a "conscience keeper for the whole of South Asia", recalling her struggle for "principle and
Delhi to have a Police Complaints Authority
(Sunday Guardian live) Delhi will soon have an independent Police Complaints Authority (PCA) that would deal with complaints from common citizens against police personnel on matters like custodial death, custodial rape, extortion or any serious abuse of power.