Multi-State Workshop on Enhancing the Access to Justice

9-10 August, 2017 | Ranchi
 
The two-day workshop on enhancing the access to justice was organized by PAIRVI in Ranchi on 9th-10th August 2017. Around 30 human rights practitioners from Jharkhand and Bihar participated in workshop. Participants were informed about the status of access to justice in Jharkhand and they were trained about the rights against arbitrary action of police, right to fair investigation and rights against arrest, and how to avail the free legal aid services. They were also informed about new and emerging human rights challenges.
 
Mr. ShriKant Kumar, Advocate Ranchi High Court discussed about the status of access to justice in Jharkhand. Mr. Shams Vikas, Advocate Allahabad High Court informed the participant’s about FIR, bail and bond, and rights against police atrocities. Md .Asghar, HRLN Jharkahnd provided the training on rights against the arbitrary arrest/detention. Mr. Mithilesh Kumar, advocate and Mr. Anup Kumar, HRLN Ranchi briefed the participants about the right of people to fair investigation and rights against arrest. Mr. Ajay Jha, PAIRVI briefed the participants about the environmental justice and role of civil society organization to protect the rights of citizens. Participants were also informed about the right to social security and challenges in social and financial inclusion in Jharkhand. The group of lawyers present during the workshop pledged to start the legal aid clinic at district and block level in Bihar and Jharkhand to enhance the access to justice.

iNTERVENTIONS

The ultimate aim of Pairvi is to improve the human rights conditions through capacity building of grassroots organizations on advocacy, rights based approach and human rights issues and monitoring of human rights conditions.
The intervention seeks to enhance basic human rights and strengthening an organization's capacity to be partner in development.
The intervention serves slightly different constituency of grassroots organizations and is based on the premise that capacity building of organizations would really translate into improved accessibility, availability and affordability for the under privileged constituency they represent. However, going beyond this structural edifice, the intervention also interacts and involves people and communities in its various efforts.