Technological interventions have the ability to enhance access and improve the efficiency of the various processes in the justice system.
News on tribunals, be it about vacancies, pendency of cases, poor infrastructure, oversight body, etc. have dominated headlines over the past year. It is undeniable that our tribunal system needs urgent reforms.
Panel discussion in Kannada on ‘Police and the Media: Catalysing Dialogue for Transparency and Accountability’, held on December 5, 2021
DAKSH's Annual Constitution Day Lecture was delivered by M R Madhavan, co-founder and President of PRS Legislative Research.
Webinar on reporting economic crimes was held with Lorna Phadke, AK Bhattacharya and Tamal Bandhyopadhyay.
The Centre authored its first report assessing the User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) of six High Court websites.
We hosted a discussion on ‘Framework for Regulating Judicial Data: Balancing Open Courts and Privacy.’ with Praanesh Prakash, Dr. Natalie Byrom and Jaideep Reddy.
A webinar titled “From Scandal to Narrative - Investigative Stories on the justice system”, moderated by Lorna Phadke discussed the nuances of investigative journalism
The Centre organised a talk on ‘Modeling the Law and Justice System', presented by Professor Daniel Martin Katz.
DAKSH also conducted a certificate course on ‘Justice System Journalism’ in collaboration with the National School of Journalism