Centre for Law and Policy Research Consultant Mathew Idiculla writes on local government elections in Rajasthan for The Hindu. He discusses the minimum educational qualification criteria in Rajasthan’s local body polls.
The State Election Commissions of Maharashtra and Haryana recently ruled that if the NOTA option receives the…
Mathew Idicualla writes an essay in The Caravan on urban governance issues in India.
Last week, Paul Romer (along with William Nordhaus) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economics for his work on “endogenous growth theory”. Interestingly, Romer has also been championing the creation of Charter Cities – new cities with distinct laws that seek to attract investment and economic growth. In this op-ed, Mathew Idiculla critically examine the motivations and the realities of such an idea in the Indian context.
The Citizens Action Group has filed the present petition by way of Public Interest Litigation…
This is a petition in which CLPR is representing a wildlife conservationist Mr. D.V. Girish,…
This is an Appeal filed by the 4 appellants who are wildlife conservationists, against the…
Venue Bangalore International Centre (BIC), Domlur, Bengaluru - 560071
Time 10.30 AM to 11.30 AM
CLPR Research Consultant Mathew Idiculla will speak at Unbox 2019. He will sit on the "Burgeoning City" panel with Pavan Srinath, Anjali Mohan and Prem Chandavarkar. What would cities of the future look like and what role can the citizens play to help our cities from bursting at the seams?Read more
Venue Centre for Law and Policy Research D6, Donna Cynthia,35, Primrose Road,Craig Park Layout, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560025
Time 9:30 A.M - 5:30 P.M
Venue United Theological College, Bangalore
Time 11A.M to 12.30 P.M
Time 3.30 P.M to 5.00 P.M
The Karnataka High Court example amply demonstrates that the new process of senior designation gives confidence to the young lawyers without ‘connections’ in the legal profession. It gives them hope that if they are deserving, no one can take away their opportunity to be one day considered for the senior designation. Conferral of this distinction has been duly democratised
Noted women rights and child rights lawyer Jayna Kothari — who has worked with Jaising in the past — has also been designated as a senior advocate.
Mathew Idiculla was invited to speak at the “Rethinking Urbanization and Right to the City” Conference which was held on October 2nd, 2018 in the context of the World Habitat Day . “In the 150th birth anniversary of Gandhiji, it is only fitting that we talk about local self government, decentralization of governance”, he added while speaking on the 74th Amendment to the Constitution of India, 2018.
In our research, we have designed a qualitative study of court observations over a period of 45 days in lower criminal courts chosen randomly in three districts in Karnataka i.e. Bengaluru, Dharwad, and Tumakuru.
On February 8, 2018, Chief Minster H.D. Kumaraswamy presented the Karnataka state budget for the financial year 2019-20. In this short comment in Prajavani, Mathew Idiculla analyses the urban development and infrastructure components of the state budget. He argues that though there are no trailblazing ideas on urban development in this budget, an overall emphasis on sustainability and public transportation is positive. The proposals for a “Bengaluru Mobility Scheme” and a “Parking Rules and Implementation Policy” are particularly noteworthy.
On 12-13 February 2019, human rights and education experts from around the world will meet in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire at the Adoption Conference of the Abidjan Principles. They will review the final text of the Principles, following which, the Principles will be adopted. The Abidjan Principles are a set of guiding principles aimed at ensuring that States guarantee the right to education, during a time where private actors are increasingly more involved in the delivery of education.
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(Mathew Idiculla gave a talk on 12th November 2018 at UTC on the 74th Amendment…