Open Letter: The film “The Kashmir Files” incites violence against Muslims

On the occasion of the release of the film “The Kashmir Files”, which was shown in various German cinemas shortly after its first screenings in India, we wrote an open letter to various German politicians, journalists, cinemas and cultural institutions. Dear _______, We, India Justice Project, are writing to you to bring to your notice […]

#ReclaimTheRepublic – List of Resources

26th January 2022, on the occasion of India’s Republic Day, we began a week-long series sharing resources on some urgent issues affecting the people living within the country’s borders. Please find below all the threads and resources . If you find this set of resources useful, please share it further. [Note: The following reference resources […]

Reclaim the Republic

Today marks the 72nd anniversary of the Indian Constitution. It was adopted on 26 January 1950, just 5 years after the end of the second world war and 3 years after gaining independence from British colonial rule.

Press Release – Public Action on Human Rights Day

Berlin, 11 Dec 2021 Through an interactive street performance on 10 December, International Human Rights Day,at Rathaus Neukölln in Berlin, the India Justice Project called for solidarity with imprisonedhuman rights defenders in India. By reconstructing a prison visitor’s room, passbyers wereable to sit down with “prisoners” and query them about the injustice of their incarceration.This […]

Bhima Koregaon case: How lawyer Sudha Bharadwaj got bail after three years in jail

Still, it will take a week for her to be freed. Umang Poddar 02 Dec 2021, Scroll On Wednesday, a two-judge bench of the Bombay High Court granted bail to Sudha Bharadwaj, an activist-lawyer who has been jailed since August 2018 in connection with the Bhima Koregaon case. However, she will have to wait for a week until […]

Pegasus in India

Cyberangriffe und Repression im Bhima Koregaon-Fall by Line Fleig Die Strafverfolgung ist zu einem entscheidenden Test für die Rechtsstaatlichkeit in Indien geworden, wo regierungskritische Stimmen sich mit Überwachung und Verhaftung konfrontiert sehen. Die Autorin argumentiert auf der Grundlage des Bhima Koregaon-Falls. Mitte Juli ließ ein internationaler Rechercheverband[1] eine Medien-Bombe platzen: Rund 50.000 Handynummern waren zur […]