Deportation of Rohingyas Violates International Law, Legal Precedents in India

Lokesh Mewara, a Third-Year student at NUSRL, writes about the Indian government's stance on Rohingya. The article was published on The Wire on 18th March, 2019. The article can be accessed here. The Supreme Court on Wednesday slammed the Assam government for the delay in the deportation of migrants back to their country. The bench comprising of … Continue reading Deportation of Rohingyas Violates International Law, Legal Precedents in India

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ELIMINATING SEXISM IN WAR & PEACE: GENDER NEUTRALITY IN CONFLICT AND POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS  

Our team member, Shrutica Pandey, writes on the intersection of two of her areas of academic expertise- conflict and feminism. It was almost four decades ago, that the need was felt for an agenda concerning women, peace and security. Since then, to date, the agenda has now been internationally recognised. Brought about as a tool … Continue reading ELIMINATING SEXISM IN WAR & PEACE: GENDER NEUTRALITY IN CONFLICT AND POST-CONFLICT SITUATIONS  

Precautionary Principle Under International Environmental Law

Shreyashi Tiwari, a final year student often spotted around the campus with a skateboard, oscillates between playing great tunes on her guitar and writing amazing blog posts, much like this one. While the concepts of transboundary harm and sustainable development has been a part of international as well as national law regimes for almost a … Continue reading Precautionary Principle Under International Environmental Law

Relationships under National and International Law

Ekta Rathore is a final year student at NUSRL, Ranchi, specializing in International Law. According to a study by the United Nations Secretary General, the most common form of violence experienced by women globally is intimate partner violence. The World Health Organization reports that nearly one in four women in some countries may experience sexual … Continue reading Relationships under National and International Law

Contemplating Abortion Rights from an International and Domestic Perspective

Komal Tiwari, a fourth year student at NUSRL, Ranchi, writes about the ethical and legal debate surrounding abortion. Pregnancy is one of the most life altering event in a woman's life. There is an irreversible change of the mind body and heart. Hence, having a child should be a conscious decision. Unwanted and unwarranted pregnancies … Continue reading Contemplating Abortion Rights from an International and Domestic Perspective

International Legal Personality of Nature

Ananya Jha is a fourth year student at National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi   Just as human beings have human rights, all other beings also have rights which are specific to their species or kind and appropriate for their role and function within the communities within which they exist. -Universal Declaration … Continue reading International Legal Personality of Nature