About the Centre
The Centre for Child and the Law (CCL) was established as a specialized multi-disciplinary research centre of NLSIU on April 1, 1996. The Centre integrates research, direct field action, and teaching on child rights law. We use law and socio-legal strategies as tools for transformative social change to enable children to live with dignity. Our aim is to ensure social justice, human rights and quality of life for all children in India, with special focus on equitable quality education, care, protection and justice for marginalized and excluded children. More
Training Programme on Juvenile Justice For DLSA Lawyers
The Centre for Child and the Law, National Law School of India University (NLSIU) in collaboration with ...
Capacity Building Training for the newly appointed District Child Protection Officers (DCPOs)
Centre for Child & the Law (CCL), NLSIU, Bengaluru, in collaboration...
Right to Food
Meeting to discuss the establishment of a state level network of Forum for Creches and Child Care Services (FORCES)
An exploratory meeting was organised to discuss...
A Decade of the Food Security Law in India: Reflections and Way forward
In order to commemorate the completion of 10 years of National Food Security Act 2013...
Right to Education
Draft National Policy on Universal Attainment of Education and Reintegration of Out of School Children
The CCL team was invited to be a part of the Campaign Against Child Labour’s National Consultation on the Draft Child...
Community Participation – Founding Stone of Universalization of Quality Education in the neighbourhood
This article explores the mandated structure of SMCs, under the RTE Act in India and the...
CCL has been bringing out publications which includes awareness generation materials, research reports and training materials. See all publications.
Parliamentary Discourse on Nutrition
Jyotsna Sripada, Shruthi Raman, Neetu Sharma, Robert Johnston, Sylvie Chamois, Arjan de Wagt, Rakesh Sarwal
Adequacy of Anganwadi Centres in Tribal and Urban areas in the State of Karnataka
Neetu Sharma, Sudha. S, Jyotsna Sripada, Shruthi Raman and Kumaraswamy. T
Why Should We Care? A Guide for Indian Civil Service Officers on Child Rights
Anuroopa Giliyal, Bincy Wilson, V.S. Elizabeth, Monisha Murali, Neetu Sharma, Niranjanaradhya. V.P and Shruthi Raman