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Archive of posts tagged Solidarity

Understanding Civil Society Action in the Binayak Sen case

The case of Binayak Sen ( by this I mean the legal case as well as the whole body of civil society reaction across national and social boundaries) is in many ways a landmark in Indian jurisprudence. Apart from the personal pain and agony that I have gone through, in being witness to Binayak’s uncalled for incarceration and unjust conviction, the case has also intellectually challenged me along with many other citizens of my country and forced so many of us to look critically at the laws and statutes that govern our lives.

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Angela Davis speaking at Binayak Sen Solidarity Event in Delhi (4 April 2011)

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Photos from ‘Justice on Trial’ events in Solidarity with Binayak Sen (4-6 April 2011)

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Upcoming Rally in Kolkata on 18 March 2011 – to demand release of Dr.Binayak Sen

Doctors in Solidarity convenes a rally of doctors, medical students and health workers in demand of release of Dr.Binayak Sen on 18 March 2011 at 1.00pm. in Kolkata from Subodh Mullick Square to Esplanade. A leaflet signed by about 150 doctors and nurses with a call to participate in the rally is being circulated. Dr. [...]

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Join NTUI’s March for Right to Dissent and Demanding Release of Dr. Binayak Sen (23 February 2011 at New Delhi)

Join NTUI’s March to Defend the Right to Democratic Dissent and Demanding an Immediate Release of Dr. Binayak Sen, on 23 February 2011 at New Delhi. The March will start from Jantar Mantar at 5.00 pm and culminate at the Mandi House Circle. Dear Friends, On 24 December 2010, the Raipur District and Sessions Court [...]

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