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Capacity Building efforts of Studio Nilima are conceived as informal spaces of dialogue, discussion and exchange. They serve as a forum for learners, specifically students and emerging scholars and practitioners of the region to engage, interact and dialogue with thinkers, experts, law makers, academics and artists on a range of topics. The capacity building programmes are offered as addas, workshops and artistic engagement where learners are encouraged to assimilate and synthesize views and opinion critically as well as address concerns through an integrated approach.

Arunachal Conference

Arunachal Conference

On August 31, 2019, the Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA) in collaboration with Studio Nilima organized a Seminar on Constitutional Rights of Tribes and Indigenous people of North-East India. The day long seminar, held at Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh (AP), was attended by our trustees Justice (Retd.) B.P Katakey, Former Judge of the Gauhati High Court, Mr. Nilay Dutta, Advocate General of Arunachal Pradesh and Senior Advocate and Mr. Apurba Kumar Sharma, Executive Chairman of the Bar Council of India and Senior Advocate and our members Bonnya Boruah, Ankita Paul and Vedika Pareek. The panel members of the seminar were Hon’ble (Retd.) Justice B.P. Katakey, Former Judge of the Gauhati High Court; Hon’ble Mr. (Retd.) Justice B.K. Sarma, Former Judge.. Read More
ArunachalConferenceReport.pdf

Working Sessions with Abhinav Sekhri

Working Sessions with Abhinav Sekhri

Studio Nilima hosted a training session on ‘Property Crimes in the IPC’ from June 13-16, 2019. This is second in a series of Criminal Law capacity building sessions held with a view of gaining fluency and grounding in procedural and theoretical aspects of criminal law in an interactive format. Mr. Abhinav Sekhri, a practicing criminal lawyer from Delhi and our mentor for the year 2019-2020, facilitated the session. The four days provided insightful discussions on property crimes from Chapters XVII and XVIII of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) with the participants. Topics covered in the course were - Theft, Extortion, Robbery, Dacoity, Dishonest Misappropriation, Criminal Breach of Trust, dealing with Stolen Property, Cheating, Fraud, Mischief, Trespass, Forgery, Property Marks,.. Read More

Students Adda

Students Adda

The monthly Addas at Studio Nilima serve as informal forums for students to engage and interact with one another. It seeks to encourage and foster a culture of dialogue amongst students to address their issues and concerns through an integrated approach. It is a space for discussion and reflection and hopes to become a place of active engagement curated by and for the students of the city. Conversations at these addas helps us understand the perspective of the student community which range from their views of issues on the larger socio political discourse to deeply felt everyday needs of the students community. Participants in our past two addas held on August 17 and August 25, 2019, have brought our attention to the plight of students from the north-eastern part of India. Concerns.. Read More

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