Welcome to Parichay’s blog — a repository on citizenship and allied issues
with an emphasis on the Global South.
- Mangla Das v. Union of India, Review.Pet./73/2021 (Gauhati High Court)Read the judgment here. Summary: The Gauahati High Court granted the Petitioner, a person declared as a “foreigner”, the liberty to seek citizenship under the Gazette notification of 2015 on the ground that he was a persecuted minority as he belonged to the Hindu faith and migrated from Bangladesh. Facts: The Petitioner filed a review petition before… Continue reading Mangla Das v. Union of India, Review.Pet./73/2021 (Gauhati High Court)
- Hostile Territory: Behind the Indian Government’s Response to the New Refugee Stream from MyanmarAngshuman Choudhury is a Senior Researcher at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, where he coordinates the South East Asia Research Programme. He is also a former GIBSA Visiting Fellow to the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin. He works on armed conflict, foreign policy, forced displacement and citizenship. “I take this… Continue reading Hostile Territory: Behind the Indian Government’s Response to the New Refugee Stream from Myanmar
- Call for Applications: Statelessness Intensive Course 2022The Peter McMullin Centre for Statelessness is inviting applications for its Statelessness Intensive Course 2022, to be held online in February 2022. Over the last three years, the Peter McMullin Centre’s Statelessness Intensive Course has established itself in the statelessness studies calendar as a world-class program, offering an invaluable learning experience for a diverse cohort… Continue reading Call for Applications: Statelessness Intensive Course 2022