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Sexual Harassment Allegations Against India’s Chief Justice Must be Independently and Fairly Investigated: Oxfam

On 6th May 2019, the in-house committee of the Supreme Court cleared allegations of sex harassment by a former woman employee against Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi. The panel of three judges ruled that there was "no substance" in the allegations.

India: Govt. Neglect Failing the Poorest People as Private Sector Dominates Healthcare: Oxfam

A recently released report by Oxfam notes government neglect was failing poorest people in India as private sector dominates healthcare in the sub-continent.

New Report: India Lacks Commitment to Reduce Inequality

A report by titled: "THE COMMITMENT TO REDUCING INEQUALITY INDEX 2018" released by Oxfam International says that India lacks commitment to reduce in-quality.

Rights Activists Demand Unconditional Repeal of Draconian UAPA Law

Human Rights activists, lawyers, intellectuals and authors today condemned arrests of human rights activists including Gautam Navlakha, Sudha Bharadwaj, Arun Ferreira, Vernon Gonsalves and Varavara Rao, who were arrested by the Maharashtra Police on 28th August 2018.

Stop Prosecuting Dissent; Repeal Abusive UAPA Law: Amnesty to Indian Government

Indian authorities detained five activists and raided the homes of several others on 28 August 2018, for allegedly inciting caste-based violence in January, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International India said today.

Crackdown On Activists Cannot Become The Order Of The Day

The nationwide crackdown on activists, advocates and human rights defenders is disturbing and threatens core human rights values, Amnesty International India and Oxfam India today said jointly in response to the massive crackdown on rights activists in the country by the Maharashtra state police.