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Citizenship Crisis: CJP is here to help CJP is conducting trainings and workshops to help Indian citizens

Upset by the citizenship crisis? CJP is conducting training and workshops on it. Help us expand our reach with a small donation. Donate here. Related: CJP in Action: Clearing confusion and creating awareness  CJP’s rigorous campaign against NPR-NRC, CAA continues   CJP continues building grassroots movement against NRC-NPR and CAA

CJP in Action: Clearing confusion and creating awareness CJP and allies help people understand wider ramifications of NPR-NRC-CAA

The burgeoning nationwide movement to resist the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR) has helped start dinner table conversations about citizenship and nationhood in many a household. There is tremendous curiosity and persistent confusion given a possibly deliberate attempt by the regime to obfuscate the truth. CJP…

Assam NRC: Detention Camp cuts food ration CJP Assam is working with the families of the detainees to help release them at the earliest

On May 2109, the Supreme Court of India ordered the release of detainees who have spent more than three years in captivity inside detention camps in Assam. But more than half of the detainees have still not been released due to the absence of competent representation. The Home Department of Assam has rejected a large…

CJP in Action: Forest workers unite with anti-CAA protesters Members of CJP's partner organisation AIUFWP met with Shaheen Bagh protesters to fight oppression together

Recently a contingent of 23 Dalit and Adivasi forest workers from Lakhimpur Khikri, Sonbhadra and Manikpur arrived in New Delhi to express solidarity with people protesting the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The visiting contingent comprised members of the All India Union of Forest Working People (AIUFWP). Just like the protests at Shaheen Bagh are predominantly…

Best Civil Society Innovator: CJP wins big for its work in Assam The award is testimony to the painstaking work put in by CJP volunteers in Assam

CJP wins the 6th eNGO challenge award as best Civil Society Innovator, by Digital Empowerment Foundation, for its exemplary work in Assam. We are continuing the fight against NPR-NRC-CAA around India. Donate to help us help genuine Indian Citizens. Click here to donate. Related: In solidarity with Assam Poverty haunts family of Subrata Dey I…

The Women of Mumbai Baug Peacefully protest the CAA, NPR-NRC

From Jan 26th, hundreds of women, began an indefinite sit -in to protest against the NPR-NRC-CAA at Nagpada, near Mumbai Central. Drawing inspiration from the protesters at Shaheen Bagh, the women have come out of their homes to express their identity as a community. Desperate times call for desperate measures, and the women feel that…

CJP spreads awareness on NPR-NRC in Maharashtra #NoNPR #NoNRC #NoCAA

CJP continues its passionate on ground campaign against NPR-NRC-CAA. Addressing a massive public gathering in Beed, CJP secretary stressed on the inherent discrimination in the NPR-NRC process and the unconstitutional manner of determining citizenship through the CAA 2019. At Sane Guruji Smaraka, we conducted a volunteer training and awareness program about the dangers of the…

एनआरसी की कीमत क्या भारत चुका पाएगा?

पूरे देश में एनआरसी लागू करने जैसे तुगलकी काम के लिए अनुमानित 54000 करोड़ का बजेट भी कम पड़ सकता है। असम के गरीबों पर एनआरसी प्रक्रिया से हुए भयानक नतीजों को देखने के बावजूद, क्या हम इसे देशभर में दोहराने की गलती कर सकते हैं? Related: Why the CAA must be opposed, because it…

The eNGO Challenge 2019-20 CJP wins award for work in Assam

Citizens for Justice and Peace (CJP) was awarded for the work in Assam, under the Governance and Livelihood category at the eNGO challenge 2019-20 for extending help and support to the people of Assam during the National Register of Citizens (NRC) process. The award ceremony took place at the Eros hotel in New Delhi. The…

NPR ही NRC है: जानिए कैसे जानिए इन दोनों के सम्बन्ध

जनगणना (सेंसस) और NPR प्रक्रिया को एक साथ जोड़कर और विरोधाभासी बयान जारी करके, सरकार यह दर्शाने की कोशिश कर रही है कि NPR, NRC नहीं है। असल में ये एक ही प्रक्रिया है, जानिए कैसे| Related: Why the CAA must be opposed, because it discriminates Advocate Mihir Desai’s point by point rebuttal of the…

CJP’s rigorous campaign against NPR-NRC, CAA continues Our work on the ground with the common people of India grows stronger

CJP is continuously working on the ground, arranging training and workshops for common people.  We are rigorously campaigning against the unconstitutionality of the Citizenship Amendment Act. We are also creating awareness about the danger of nationwide NPR-NRC. Support us to support the constitution and our fellow Indians. Related: Why the CAA must be opposed, because…

CJP in Assam: Reaching hundreds of thousands of people in all 33 districts Our work in Assam intensifies as thousands fill reclaim applications

CJP’s work in Assam is going strong. Our team going to door, all over the 33 districts of Assam, and helping thousands of those genuine Indian citizens who were unfairly excluded from the NRC. Help Us Help Assam. Related: In solidarity with Assam Poverty haunts family of Subrata Dey I would have attempted suicide again…

NPR is NRC: Here’s how What is the link between them?

By clubbing the Census and NPR process together and by issuing contradictory statements , the government is trying to indicate that NPR is not NRC. But it is one and the same process . Find out how. Related: Why the CAA must be opposed, because it discriminates Advocate Mihir Desai’s point by point rebuttal of…

CJP continues fighting on the street, conducts more training and workshops The fight to protect our constitutional values

CJP is out on the streets with citizens of India, fighting the good fight, conducting training, working with volunteers. We will continue to fight for our constitution and help those who need to be heard. Related: CJP works towards release of detainees in Assam CJP in action in Assam: Reaching remote villages to render counselling…

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