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Weaver who now runs a tea shop

How this weaver was forced to run a tea shop After the lockdown, many of them are struggling to find work

CJP and our partners on ground are on a fact finding mission to bring out stories of the weaving community of Purvanchal, who have been hit by the twin blow of coronavirus lockdown and administrative apathy. In this exclusive video, we will take you through the looms and factories, of some of India’s most exquisite…

Today we Renew our Pledge to Fight for All Indians A small message from CJP secretary Teesta Setalvad on Constitution day

Since its formation in 2002, CJP’s work has expanded and multiplied while its vision has only strengthened and deepened. You will find us active in the challenging work of legal literacy: engaging with hapless and unlettered persons being rendered stateless by Foreigner’s Tribunals (Assam’s Citizenship Crisis), forest dwellers and Adivasis in protecting their land and…

Uncovering the despair of Purvanchal’s weavers CJP fact finding brings to us stories from Purvanchal's weaving industry

CJP has undertaken, in association with our partners, a fact-finding mission to get to the bottom of what ails the once-thriving weaving industry of Purvanchal. Watch this video to know what to expect out of these investigations. Our partners and advisors include Dipak Malik, Vasanthi Raman, Abdullah Ansari, Lenin Raghuvanshi, and many others. Dr Muniza…

Adivasi youth Mamta Pared is CJP’s newest grassroots fellow We are proud to support Mamta’s journey and welcome her as our new fellow

Meet the newest CJP grassroots fellow Mamta Pared from Palghar, Maharashtra. Daughter of brick kiln workers, Mamta struggled to complete her education while taking up household responsibilties from a very young age. But not only did she graduate from college, she is now pursuing her post graduation in mass media. An aspiring journalist, she has…

How ex-journalist Pushpendra Kulshreshtha sells hate His youtube channel has an alarming subscriber count of 6.22 lakhs

Watch this video to know about serial hate offender Pushpendra Kulshreshtha, a 59-year-old ex- journalist and the ex General Secretary of the Press Club of India. His youtube channel continuously generates hateful content and fake news. By changing colours to suit the current climate of hate, Mr. Kulshreshtha has established himself as a hate mongerer.…

Assam: Differently abled person’s family loses everything while fighting the citizenship crisis When CJP came to know about her condition, we rushed to her house to provide legal aid

Since 2014, Manikjan Nessa and her family have been fighting to prove the citizenship of her two sons, one of whom is physically challenged, despite having all necessary and valid documents. Watch this video to know more. Here’s how you can help: https://cjp.org.in/donate/ Related: CJP Impact: Four people released from Tezpur Detention Camp  CJP helps…

Hathras: SC directs CRPF for witness protection One of the key pleas in CJP's intervention application to the SC

On October 27th, the Supreme Court directed that Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel provide witness protection to the family of the victim in the Hathras case. On October 7th, CJP had filed an intervention application in the case seeking witness protection by central paramilitary forces. Using our past experience of supporting victims of targeted…

Meet Ameer Hamza, a CJP fellow CJP 's grassroots fellowships are meant to enable young men and women document the world around them

CJP’s fellowships are meant to bring into focus young men and women from the communities we work with. Ameer Hamza, a young van Gujjar leader is now a CJP fellow. Watch him introduce himself and his community CJP Grassroots Fellowship: Meet Ripon Sheikh who documents rural Bengal

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