Citizens for Justice and Peace

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

26, Nov 2020 | CJP Team

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 livelihood rights, on criminal justice reform be it Witness Protection or Monitoring of Prison Conditions. Our Hate Watch (Hate Hatao) program has grown rapidly and is drawing volunteers.

This Constitution Day, here’s a small message from CJP secretary Teesta Setalvad.


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