This opinion was published in Mojo Story on February 02, 2022.
About the Authors
Yashaswini is Nyaaya's Outreach Lead. Her primary responsibilities revolve around managing Nyaaya's external communications and outreach campaigns including community engagements and developing strategic partnerships. She works closely with Nyaaya's content team to ideate on new content based collaborations and on expanding Nyaaya's volunteer networks. She graduated in English Literature from Lady Shri Ram College For Women in 2014 and holds a masters in International and comparative law from SOAS, University of London. Prior to joining Vidhi, Yashaswini worked at centres of human rights advocacy like Internet Freedom Foundation and iProbono. She had also briefly worked as an associate fellow at Vidhi's Delhi office in 2017.
With Internet Shutdowns, India Is Violating a ‘Duty to Memory’
The shutdowns, aimed at quelling unrest, undercut the nation’s moral and ethical obligation to record history as it is
Lack of Access to Translated Central Laws in Regional Languages on the Internet Disempowers Citizens
Inclusive governance mandates widespread accessibility of laws but falls short on legal framework & accountability.Privacy & Cookies Policy