Ritambhara Singh

Communication & Advocacy Director

Ritambhara Singh  has received Bachelor of Technology degree with honors from KNIT Sultanpur in 2010. She completed her post-graduation in Public Policy from Mount Carmel College in 2019. Subsequently, she worked with SPAG, Gurgaon with their Public Affairs and Advocacy Team.

Ritambhara has keen interest in areas of public policy, gender justice and electoral & political reforms.

She is also interested in policy advocacy with a focus on constitutional, political and social issues.



A Brief Response to “Law-Making by and for the People: A Case for Pre-legislative Processes in India”

August 30, 2020

In this article published by Law and Other things, Ritambhara Singh and Arun P S have briefly responded to Prof. Dipika Jain’s paper, ” Law-Making by and for the People: A Case for Pre-legislative Processes in India”. They also reiterated that there is a need to institutionalise the pre-legislative framework that imposes a statutory obligation on policymakers to facilitate pre-legislative consultations while prescribing punishments for defaulting officials and laying down clear timelines etc.

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CLPR | Trans Law Quarterly | Issue III & IV

July 8, 2021

It has been a year since the first Lockdown in March 2020 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Yet things seem far from over, not just with this virus but that we still continue to suffer the effects of those months we were isolated and distanced – not just in our well being but in our capacities to gather, to protest, to create the world we need to live in.

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CLPR Broadcast | July 2021

July 2, 2021

The CLPR Broadcast (July 2021): Covering all important developments from CLPR and ConstitutionofIndia.net.

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Blog Post Submission Policy & Guidelines

June 30, 2021

CLPR welcomes original contributions which provide high-quality analysis of recent constitutional law and human rights developments in India and across the globe, including case law, current litigation, legislation, policy-making, and activism.

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