Video Recordings - Research Roundtable on Citizenship and Statelessness in India
This project is led by the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, Melbourne Law School and Jindal Global Law School.
The video recordings for the Research Roundtables on Citizenship and Statelessness in India are now available online.
Please find below the links to the presentations:
Saika Sabir: Gender Discrimination in the Indian Citizenship Regime
Andrea Marilyn Pragashini Immanuel: The Meaning of 'Life' under the Indian Constitution and the Obligation to Not Render Persons Stateless: With Special Reference to the National Register of Citizens
Balu Nair & Farrah Ahmed: India's administrative citizenship regime
Kunika: Issues of privacy and data protection in citizenship verification
Ritumbra Manuvie: Manufacturing foreigners from floods
Aashish Yadav: Securing Citizenship: India's legal obligations towards precarious citizens and stateless persons
Srivatsan Manivannan (Q): In(Visibility) and Gendered Violence in the TPA-CAA-NRC-NPR
Manav Kapur: The Long Shadow of the CAA: Tracing the Antecedents of the CAA through the Subcontinent's Long Partition
Professor Michelle Foster and Dr Adil Khan: Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 and International Law
Padmini Baruah Yadav: Documentation and the 'Right to Have Rights': Assam and the Politics of the Foreigners Tribunal