The harrowing journey of Rahul, a young detainee, and the systemic failures that kept him in detention for over half a decade.
iProbono secured bail for seven underprivileged students of Dhaka’s ‘Pother Ishkul’. They were arrested on charges of dacoity and robbery.
Speedy POCSO trials are the exception rather than the rule, despite the Act requiring proceedings to be completed within a year.
The POCSO Act provides interim compensation for the rehabilitation of child survivors of abuse. Then why does its disbursement take so long?
Our series of webinars offers expert support and guidance for the NGO in India, along with videos, handbooks and other resources.
iProbono’s flagship ESCR Fellowship brought together civil society activists, stakeholders and experts for a consultation.
In 2023, Street Lawyers trained by iProbono have been able to reach more than 350 students from Grades 7-10 in three different schools.