DAKSH’s Access to Justice Survey is the first systematic study in India to explore the needs and expectations of the users of the judicial system—the litigants. The survey was conducted across 305 lower courts across the country and interviewed more than 9000 litigants.  The survey maps litigants’ perceptions on several issues relevant to their experiences in the…

DAKSH and India Together have jointly instituted the DAKSH-India Together Fellowship to encourage data journalism centered around elections. Two of our fellows have written insightful pieces, one on women MPs http://indiatogether.org/low-presence-of-women-in-lok-sabha-government and the other on the multitude of political partieshttp://indiatogether.org/fragmentation-in-indian-party-system-analysed-government in India. In this age of “opinion journalism”, this is certainly a welcome trend.

The Daksh – India Together Election 2014 Data Journalism Fellowship Call for Applications Oorvani Foundation, a non-profit media foundation that supports independent public affairs journalism, in collaboration with Daksh, a non-profit focused on improving accountability in politics and governance, is pleased to invite applications for the Daksh-IT Election 2014 Data Journalism Fellowship. Oorvani Foundation will select…