About the Centre for Women and the Law (CWL), NLSIU
The CWL was set up at the very inception of the Law School in 1988. The CWL endeavours to look at law and the legal process from the perspective of gender justice and administer programmes directed towards equal justice for women in Indian Society.
In association with social activists and women’s organisations, CWL undertakes various training programmes focussing on legal literacy for women, social auditing of welfare legislations affecting women, legal aid and assistance.
About the Project
This Research seeks to measure where India’s laws stand as far as sexual and reproductive rights of women with disabilities are concerned using the standards of the UN Conventions.
It also tries to flag important positive developments and learnings in the national sphere and
identify gaps that need to be filled.
The Primary Objectives of the Study are:
1. Legal Framework Analysis of the laws relating to Sexual and Reproductive Rights of Women with Disabilities
2. Understanding the difficulties that women with disabilities face with respect to rights in accessing justice in cases of rights violations through field work and interviews.
Details of the Position
Applicant must be preferably (though not necessarily) based in Bangalore.
Previous experience is not mandatory
Skills and Personal Attributes
The applicant must have a background in law
Must have good research skills and proven fluency in written and spoken English
Initiative and the ability to work on his/her own will be appreciated.
Maximum amount payable will be Rs. 20,000/- per month.
Consolidated with no benefits.
Interested applicants may write to firstname.lastname@example.org attaching an updated CV and a writing sample.
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