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- Allow spaces to call out everyday sexism in terms of courtrooms, architecture, structure of the profession, conversations between the judge and the lawyers or what is written in judgement. #DDLAW2020

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- Allow spaces to call out everyday sexism in terms of courtrooms, architecture, structure of the profession, conversations between the judge and the lawyers or what is written in judgement. #DDLAW2020

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Some of few recommendations that emerged out of the this very engaging panel - To achieved statistics. - To bring law practitioner & academics together - Create more facilities for women to stay in the professional #DDLAW2020

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What were the stakes in naming sexual harassment as discrimination in the judiciary? #DDLAW2020

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Is there any core area which privacy protects that cannot be taken away by either the State or other private actors? #DDLAW2020

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Corruption in the judiciary is an issue that needs attention and where judiciary needs to be held accountable. #DDLAW2020

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FREE SPEECH, CENSORSHIP & THE MEDIA: DOES LAW IMPEDE FREEDOM OF SPEECH? #DDLAW2020

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Till what stage can we censor what are essentially human interactions, retweeted over and over again over platforms like twitter. #DDLAW2020

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One of the major discussions in DD19 was - Should syllabus and textbooks define the scope of learning and if yes, how and to what extent? #DDLAW2020

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Atishi Marlena, Arif Mohammad Khan, Barkha Dutt, Bhushan Patwardhan, Yasmin Ali Haque, Pinky Anand were among the panelists for DD19. #DDLAW2020

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Panelists looked at the role of gender in health and survival for both men and women in India. #DD17 #DDLAW2020

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The legal profession has remained a male monopoly despite important contributions by women lawyers and judges. #DDLAW2020

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Higher girl school enrolment, women labour force participation, vocational training, gender equal laws, violence and other socio economic data on the present day crisis which needs politico legal interventions.#DDLAW2020

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#DDLAW2020 In 2018, in partnership with UCL, Goa University, ICG, Brookings India & other forum partners, DD held a Summit on “Gender Equality: For Everyone’s Benefit”. #DDLAW2020

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One of the most difficult questions regarding persons from minorities is how to decide which situations warrant provision of special protections, and when would it be just to treat them. #DDLAW2020

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The Forum is hosted in partnership with ICG Goa, Goa University, Jindal Global University, V. M Salgaocar College of Law. #DDLAW2020 @d_dialogues

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The Forum is hosted in partnership with ICG Goa, Goa University, Jindal Global University, V. M Salgaocar College of Law. #DDLAW2020

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The desirability and viability of a Uniform Civil Code remains as uncertain as it was during the drafting of the Constitution. #DDLAW2020

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What is the role of ‘non-state justice mechanisms’ in reforming the Indian judiciary? #DDLAW2020

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Dialogue Derivatives encourages eminent activists to share the stage with politicians, famous names from the industry, journalists and experienced NGO workers. #DDLAW2020

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In #DD18, ‘Gender in Street Situations and UN General Comment’ came across as a key theme for discussions. #DDLAW2020

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Proportional representation of women is needed in the Indian judiciary. @d_dialogues #DD2020 #DDLAW2020

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Can the SC keep Indian citizens safe, while defending state security, in an age of increasing concern about terrorism? #DDLAW2020

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Difficult Dialogues is an annual forum examining issues of contemporary relevance in South Asia. #DDLAW2020

Reshmi Sunar ()

In an age where media reports every statement of every individual and where everyone has a say, where is the line between what is truth & what is malicious? @d_dialogues #DDLAW2020 #DD2020

Riya Pratap Amonkar ()

What are other suggestions for reform in the administration of justice to facilitate access to justice for poor and marginalized? #DDLAW2020

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How can establishing an ‘All India Judicial Service’ will help in reforming the judiciary? #DDLAW2020

Sonam Kaisukar ()

@d_dialogues #DD19 In a diverse country like India, how does one negotiate the nature of learning resources to address the diverse needs of learners without confining them to their immediate context? #DDLAW2020

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@d_dialogues #DD17 - How do we ensure equality and opportunity for people with disabilities? #DDLAW2020

Reshmi Sunar ()

The need of the hour is to orient Higher Education in the light of India’s treasure of wisdom and values. #DDLAW2020 #DD2020

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Higher girl school enrolment, women labour force participation, vocational training, gender equal laws, violence and other socio economic data on the present day crisis which needs politico legal interventions. #DDLAW2020 #DD2020

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