On November 13, Tsurito, a paralegal volunteer from Shamator District under Tuensang DLSA, conducted a door-to-door legal awareness program as part of the campaign. PLV distributed brochures on social assistance and family health and care programs, RTE, the Domestic Violence Act, the National Food Security Law and legal aid services. Other door-to-door campaigns were also conducted in Longkhim and Noklak. During the campaign, brochures were distributed and people were also informed about the different social protection systems and the legal rights of citizens. Kohima DLSA visited Observation Home, Kohima. PLs and POS interacted with staff and some youth on a variety of topics. Young people were informed about the competence of legal services and their legal rights. Five cases are currently registered. KOHIMA, 15 years old. NOVEMBER (MExN): Together with the rest of the country, District Legal Services Authorities (DLSA) conducted the “Haq humara bhi to [email protected]” campaign, a campaign to provide basic legal assistance to people incarcerated in prisons and daycares, and to “empower citizens through legal awareness and awareness-raising.” People across the state receive legal advice and are sensitized by DLSA as part of their campaign. Tuensang DLSA also organized a legal awareness programme in Helipong village, Tuensang district. Chulongla administrator Sakhi-one Stop Center explained social welfare programs and Antimangyang Chang, attorney attorney, spoke about Lok Adalat, the Women and Children Law, Victim Compensation, NALSA Programs and the Village Councils Law. The closing remarks were delivered by Cheliam Khiamniungan, Secretary.
She highlighted free legal aid and services provided by legal service institutions. My DLSA led the campaign on 11 November by conducting a door-to-door campaign in Tanlao neighborhood, Mon City, raising awareness of the law on Lok Adalat, the Food Security Law, health and family protection programmes, RTE, programmes under the Social Welfare Department, and distributing brochures and brochures to the public. During the OH visit, the proposal of JJB members to conduct a combined legal education programme for JJA and JJR with the Child Welfare Council, CDPU and all subdivisional police stations for better implementation and coordination of the law and rules was considered for further measures. During the field team`s visit to the prison, it was discovered that there was an unfair sales representative who was not represented by any lawyer due to financial constraints. It was also noted that some UTPs and convicted offenders require medical assistance. Dimapur, March 1 (EMN): District Legal Services Authorities (DLSA) under the auspices of the Nagaland State Legal Services Authority (NSLSA), in collaboration with superintendents. Nagaland State Legal Services Authority, DC Office Compound, KDPA Building, Attic, Kohima-797001. : 0370-2290153 (Member Secretary), : 0370-2292144 (Help Desk): email@example.com Kohima DLSA on November 9 with PLs & POS evaluated the team on the importance of the campaign and how to treat detainees. DLSA ran the campaign for three days. As a result, a total of 70 detainees (60 UTPs and 10 convicts) received legal awareness and support.
Zunheboto DLSA conducted a door-to-door awareness campaign in and around the town and villages of Zunheboto on November 10. The team, led by Easter H Yepthomi, attorney, Inolito K Sumi, attorney and Yeshika Ayemi, POS, raised awareness and distributed brochures and brochures. My DLSA, headed by lawyer Topha Angyen and lawyers Angun, Mannon and Ngampa as well as PLV Athikho, visited the Mon County Jail on November 5 and interacted with the inmates. There are currently 40 UTPs and 23 convicts. With regard to the observation home, there are currently no inmates. Phek DLSA met on the 10th. Led by the core team, Wokono Yhoshü, Phek DLSA`s secretary for the prison and observation house, discussed with the field teams the various activities carried out with the guidelines of the campaign and the continuation of the action with the inmates of the prison and the observation home. On 12 November, the Kiphire DLSA organised an education programme with inmates at Kiphire District Prison. Bendangwati, the proxy lawyer, spoke about the rights and duties of prisoners and the lawyer on the list spoke about fundamental rights. There are currently a total of 6 detainees. On November 13, Wokha Panel lawyers and Para Legal volunteers conducted a door-to-door awareness campaign on laws and social protection systems, basic rights and obligations, free legal aid and services, rights and remedies available under various laws in Nyiro and Yanthamo villages.
As part of raising awareness of legal Pambhlets, IEC materials in local dialect and English were also distributed to the public. The Wokha DLSA core team had a meeting and interaction with the field team and outreach team on November 10. Member Secretary, Nagaland State Legal Services Authority Chief Justice and Chief Patron, Nagaland State Legal Services Authority. Gauhati High Court Judge and Executive Chairman of the Nagaland State Legal Services Authority Dimapur DLSA also conducted a door-to-door campaign in various parts of Dimapur, Nuiland and Chumuokedima district. The areas covered were the village of Sirhima, the village of Medziphema under Chumuokedima on November 6; Kuhoxu village, Niuland district, on 10 November; Doyapur, Chumuokedima on November 10 and PWD Colony, Signal Colony, Rilan Village, Senjum Village, Dimapur on November 13. Wokha DLSA visited DLSA on the 12th. The team interacted with each prisoner, also provided legal advice and advice led by lawyers Renbonthung Tsanglao and Jacob Kikon. On 3 November, the DLSA Longleng conducted a door-to-door awareness campaign in the towns of Longleng, Yachem, Alayong and Lingtak, led by P Monyei Phom, a designated lawyer.