About the Organisation
Indian Civil Liberties Union is an organisation of lawyers, researchers and students who are committed to the protection of civil liberties. It was formed to reach out and provide easily accessible information and free legal aid to Indian citizens, especially the poor, marginalised, and migrant labourers whose citizenship is threatened by the National Register of Citizens and the Citizenship Amendment Act of 2019 (CAA).
We work to bring justice to those who are excluded and threatened by the prospect of statelessness. Recently ICLU has been at the forefront of providing free legal aid to students and protestors harassed, detained and arrested during the anti-CAA protests across India. We are looking for people to join us and be a part of our mission.
We have a few projects coming up for which we will need students, writers, researchers, artists, lawyers and just about anyone who is concerned about what’s happening in india.
How to Apply
Note: This is to clarify that we don’t need volunteers for any protest related work but for general organizational work. ICLU is not connected with any protest at all.
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Here are a few links to what we’ve been doing.
- https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/lucknow/young-lawyers-giving-free-legal-aid-to-kin-of-jailed protesters/ articleshow/ 73092056.cms