2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the Domestic Workers Convention (C189) - a landmark international treaty requiring decent work for domestic workers. Our new report informs good practice, inspires action, and raises awareness of the importance of ratifying C189 across the Commonwealth.
It documents the experiences of 20 criminal lawyers and 10 judicial officers from across the country, to understand the implications that videoconferencing hearings have on the fair trial rights of the accused.
Our new report identifies and assesses challenges faced by local media across the eight states of North East India.
CHRI highlights trends and major findings from the National Crime Records Bureau's (NCRB) annual statistical report - Prison Statistics India 2019.
Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) got together some retired police leaders (Mrs. Meeran Borwankar, Mr. N Ramachandran & Mr. Jacob Punnose)to deliver a message of good policing during the pandemic. The short video is based on its recent guidelines assisting police departments during the pandemic.
CHRI's dedicated page on COVID-19 advocates for all stakeholders to adopt a human rights-based approach in responding to the pandemic, one that upholds the right to healthcare and ensures justice in exceptional times.
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