CLPR hosts 3rd edition of Transform, the International Conference on Transgender Rights and the Law on 13th and 14th September

In September 2018, the Indian Supreme Court passed the landmark verdict in Navtej Singh Johar v. Union of India which decriminalised same sex relations between consenting adults. This momentum was followed by the Madras High Court …

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The Many Ups and Downs in the Battle of Section 377

In this post, the author traces the history of Section 377 and the queer movement in India. Starting from the implementation of this section in the colonial era to Naz and Koushal judgment, this post is one stop destination to understand the incidents that finally led to the Navtej Johar judgment.

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