JUSTICE CORPS

Action group for judicial transparency, justice reforms and human rights.

Documentaion done by JC

Posted by justicecorps on January 9, 2007

The organisation has already done preliminary documentation on topics such as: 

§         Judicial delays and number of pending cases

§         Judges (Inquiry / Misconduct / Strikes)

§         Vigilance over Judges and Judiciary (National Judicial Commission and Special Investigation Department of HCs)

§         Legal Aid, access to courts (ie SC, HC benches) and Lok Adalats

§         Contempt of Court

§         Law Colleges / Law students / Law courses / Law internships

§         Lawyers/ lawyers’ strikes, Bar councils, foreign lawyers/ Law Clerks

§         Language of the law, of lawyers and the courts

§         Witnesses and whistle blowers

§         Family Courts

§         Personal laws

§         Judiciary – Executive tussle

§         Constitution of India

§         Women and Criminal Justice System (Rape, dowry etc)

§         Judicial system and forensic science

§         Caste and Judiciary / Reservation in Judiciary

§         National and state human rights commissions / SC ST Commissions / Women’s Commissions / Minority Commissions.

§         Prison, Prisoners and Courts

§         Modern Procedures, information technology in Judiciary (video conferencing, E-petitions etc).

§         Public Interest Litigation / Judicial Activism.

§         International Judicial Bodies (ICJ, ICC, European Court of Human Rights etc).

§         Electoral and political law.

§         Police encounters / Extra-judicial killings.

§         Draconian laws.

§         Police and Citizens.

§         Right to information (General).

§         Judiciary and Right to Information.

§         Corruption / Anti Corruption Bureau / Central Vigilance Commission

§         Lokayukta / Lokpal.

§         Judgespeak (Public interviews and lectures by judges).

§         Criminal Procedure (General).

§         Delayed Justice (Cases / stories).

§         Chapter Cases / Externment.

 

APPEAL: Justice Corps doesnot have funds for documentation. Contributions are needed for documentation such as 45 box-files, paper, gum, newspapers, magazines etc. This would come to around Rs. 8,000 annually.

We would appreciate if anyone can sponsor the same.

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