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Disha is an advocate practicing in the Supreme Court. She has also headed a legal resource center set up under a project by the London School of Economics. She is co-founder of CEDE, an organization to address the problem of the under-representation of minority communities in the legal profession and the judiciary.
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Some links and topics discussed during the podcast:
Topics Discussed in the podcast:
-Rarely discussed Ambedkarite history about Pune City.
-What really happened at the Bhim Koregaon in 2018.
-Vimukta identity and criminal act.
-Delta Meghwal rape case and struggle of the family for justice
-CEDE (Community for the Eradication of Discrimination in Education and Employment) is a network of lawyers, law firms, judges, and other organizations and individuals, who are committed to reforming the Indian legal profession.
And so much more.
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Delta Meghwal’s family fighting for justice: https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-lehari-devi
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