Sunday, April 21, 2024

Topic: Marginalized

Indian laws structured to discriminate against marginalised: Orissa HC chief justice

Orissa High Court Chief Justice S Muralidhar on Thursday said that Indian laws were structured to discriminate against the marginalised.

Conceptualising Marginalisation: Agency, Assertion, and Personhood | Justice Chandrachud’s Ambedkar Memorial Lecture

Supreme Court judge Justice D.Y. Chandrachud on 6 December, delivered the 13th B.R. Ambedkar Memorial Lecture, 2021 on ‘Conceptualising Marginalisation: Agency, Assertion & Personhood.’ The event was organised by the Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi & Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung South Asia in India International Centre, New Delhi.

Experience of marginalized women in Delhi’s Pinjra Tod

We write this to put forth our experience as women from marginalized race, religion and caste and to state in clear words as to how the intersectional feminism of Pinjra Tod is only a showcase from the outside and internally how marginalized women have little or no say in the decision making.

Margins and Mainstream in Politics of Privilege

Overall, the language of mainstream politics is so exclusive that it can hardly afford any independent pronouncement or protestation from the margins of establishments. Its very grammar is formulated for the purpose of invisiblising the victim, silencing their voices, and demanding their inactivity in advance.