Welcome to Parichay’s blog — a repository on citizenship and allied issues
with an emphasis on the Global South.
- “Utterly Failed To Prove Linkage”: The Discriminatory Barriers To Women’s Citizenship Claims in AssamGayatri Gupta is a law graduate from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, India and is currently working at the Supreme Court of India. She has a keen interest in human rights law and refugee and citizenship law. She worked at Parichay Legal Aid Clinic from January 2020 to March 2022. She may be reached at… Continue reading “Utterly Failed To Prove Linkage”: The Discriminatory Barriers To Women’s Citizenship Claims in Assam
- The CAA and Article 15 – A Thought ExperimentJohn Sebastian is a Ph.D. candidate at Melbourne Law School and Assistant Professor at Jindal Global Law School. His research interests include constitutional law, criminal law, and legal and political theory. This blog post is a summary of an argument developed in greater detail in an article in the Socio-Legal Review, which can be accessed… Continue reading The CAA and Article 15 – A Thought Experiment
- Interview with Advocate M.R. ShamshadM.R. Shamshad is a New Delhi based Advocate-on-Record at the Supreme Court of India. His practice spans a wide range of constitutional, civil, arbitration, matrimonial, and personal law matters in the Supreme Court and various High Courts in India. He represents one of the petitioners challenging the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 – Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi,… Continue reading Interview with Advocate M.R. Shamshad