LGBTQA rights have been a topic of discussion for a long time around the world and has gained a lot of importance in India recently. It was only in 2017, when people of the LGBT community were allowed to express their sexual orientation under the Right to Privacy under the Indian Constitution. The Right to Privacy was declared a fundamental right in the same year in the historic KS Puttaswamy versus Union of India (SC, 2017) case.
Indian Society for Legal Research invites submissions from legal practitioners, academicians, social workers, policymakers and others belonging to diverse disciplines including law, political science, and human rights. THEME COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LGBTQ RIGHTS IN INDIA AND OTHER COUNTRIES IN SOUTH ASIA SUB-THEMES Legal protection of the transgender community in South Asia; Decriminalisation of same-sex relationsContinue reading “Call for Blogs: Pride Month 2021”