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  The Guide for Survivors is publication which contains frequently asked questions for a survivor; for example, what information should she provide in the FIR, what are her options if the police fail to record an FIR, what should she do if she cannot approach the police and what will happen during the course of…

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  The publication “Locating the Survivor in the Indian Criminal Justice System: Decoding the Law” serves as a guide for survivors, young lawyers, and other key stakeholders in the criminal justice system  to understand the nuances of the criminal justice system and the legitimate expectations she can have from the system.  The document refers extensively…

Staying Alive- Evaluating Court Orders

The Sixth M&E Report analyzes the extent of protection against violence for women within the framework of marriage and other domestic relationships. Of the 22,255 Magistrate and Sessions Court Orders received by LCWRI, over a period of 9 months, from 27 states and Union Territories, 9,526 were analyzed for this report. Findings indicate that married…

Manual on Best Practices under PWDVA

The Manual is an amalgamation of best practices compiled from information received through the annual Monitoring & Evaluation exercises conducted by State Governments and state visits. Some best practices highlighted the appointment of full-time government cadre of protection officers (POs) in Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu and the launch of a nation-wide campaign to create…

Resource Tool for Monitoring & Evaluating of PWDVA

The resource tool, “How to conduct Monitoring and Evaluation of PWDVA” is a knowledge product, which will act as a tool to build capacity to monitor and evaluate PWDVA – providing a road map of the framework required to identify objectives, mechanisms for data collection and the relevant process of analysis. Download

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