Webinar | Rights of Indigenous Population: Access to Justice
Aug 08, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Zoom Webinar & Live Streamed on Youtube
Don’t Pout when your Dog can't go out!
Aug 08, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
DONATE TO PRAYAS, TISS
Prayas is one of the organisations in the list of those reaching out to the most marginalized. Support Prayas at https://tiss.edu/prayas_donate/ help families of prisoners and those in custody, get ration and basic essentials.
CCJ Forum is a student led initiative from Centre for Criminology & Justice , TISS Mumbai conducting events related to issue of criminal justice system and writing blog by it student members . The site is wholly managed by Students of CCJ 2019-21.
CENTRE FOR CRIMINOLOGY & JUSTICE
Field Action Projects
To enhance knowledge and influence policy and process of criminal justice and allied systems in India, with specific reference to custodialised and institutionalized individuals and groups who are socio-economically vulnerable, are excluded from mainstream public facilities and welfare, and those who are at greater risk of being criminalized, or exposed to trafficking for sexual exploitation.
TANDA works towards “creating self-reliant NT-DNTs and and other marginalised communities ensuring the realisation of their constitutional and entitlement rights, as citizens of India”. TANDA strongly believes that NT-DNTs should organise themselves to advocate for their rights and dignity. The project aims to play the role of a change agent through generation of knowledge, capacity building and networking with different stakeholders on relevant issues towards policy advocacy.
Resource Cell for Juvenile Justice (R.C.J.J) is a Field Action Project (FAP) with the Centre for Criminology and Justice (CCJ), School of Social Work (SSW), TISS (TISS). R.C.J.J was conceptualized in 2005, with the objective of working on issues relating with children with a special focus on Child in Conflict with Law (CCL), and contextualizing them within the child protection arena.