- 25 Oct 2021
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India must build, re-build its courts for disabled. Judicial infra key to justice delivery
While the NJIC structure may overcome bureaucratic complications, the existence of experts from professional disciplines is a crucial element missing
This opinion was published in The Print on October 25, 2021.
About the Authors
Shreya is a Senior Resident Fellow with the Justice, Access and Lowering Delays Initiative (JALDI). She is currently working on topics such as diversity, infrastructure and efficient budgeting in the judiciary. Her areas of interest include Human Rights & Judicial Reforms. She has publications in the Economic and Political Weekly and other law & policy review journals. She has also published in the Outlook and platforms such as Hindustan Times and The Print. She graduated with B.B.A.LL.B. from National Law University, Odisha in 2018. Prior to joining Vidhi, she has interned in organizations like Nyaaya, CHRI, SAHRDC and PLD.
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