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Criminal Law Research & Review’s Law School POSH Project

The Organisation has launched the CrLRR Law School POSH Project to examine the effectiveness and implementation of the UGC POSH Regulations, 2015 as well as to create awareness about the POSH Laws and Regulations.

What it Entails?

Questionnaire: UG & PG Law Students enrolled in any Indian Institute are requested to fill the Questionnaire providing inputs on their understanding of the POSH Laws & Regulations and how well these Laws and Regulations are implemented in their universities and colleges.

Access the Questionnaire here:

Webinar/Panel Discussion: On create awareness among law students and sensitize them about their rights, responsibilities enshrined in the POSH Act and the Regulations

Interviews: of professionals and students who have worked or are working on matters relating to POSH.

Open House Sessions: with Law Students, to hear them out on the issue and provide a platform for a nuance discussion on POSH Laws, Regulations, and the issue in general.

Interim & Final Report

The organisation will eventually come up with a report on the findings. If so required, they may also release an interim report in Jan-Feb before the Final Report.

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About the organizer

Criminal Law Research & Review (CrLRR ), formerly Criminal Law Review, is research organisation founded by Ashwani Kumar Singh. CrLRR takes up research projects, publishes – a newsletter ‘Ratio Obiter’, a blog, handbooks & digest notes, organises various events, among other things, to assist the legal fraternity, raise awareness and influence policy decisions.


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Criminal Law Research & Review’s Law School POSH Project

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