Tribal Women's Rights in Northeast India
Access to Representation and Justice

A Round Table Conference

16 February 2016, GUWAHATI

Justice DN Choudhury, Former Judge, Gauhati High Court delivering the inaugural speech
Mr Scott Furssedon-Wood, BDHC, Eastern India, addressing the Round Table Conference
Mr Wasbir Hussain, Executive Director, CDPS delivering the welcome speech

Dr Jeuti Barooah, Former Director, Law Research Institute, Gauhati High Court, addressing the participants
Dr Seema Kazi, Associate Prof. and Senior Fellow, Centre for Women's Development Studies, New Delhi
The CDPS Study Report on 'Tribal Womens' Rights in Northeast India: Access to Representation and Justice' is released
Ms Nandita Gorlosa, Member, Make a Difference, Haflong, addressing the Round Table
A participant interacting at the Round Table
A view of the participants at the Round Table Consultation

The Study Team with Mr Scott Furssedon-Wood, BDHC, Eastern India
Rani Pathak Das, Senior Research Associate, CDPS, making her presentation at the Consultation
Dr Khakchang Debbarma, Prof. at the Department of Political Science, NEHU, Meghalaya addressing the Consultationr
Mr Arunav Goswami, Senior Fellow, CDPS, presenting the findings of the Study
Lhaihoineng Chongloi, CDPS Research Associate from Nagaland, sharing her field experince
Mary Kurbah (right) and EP Nongsiej, both CDPS Research Assistants from Meghalaya, participating at the Conference

Nezelu Nyekha, CDPS Research Assistant from Nagaland, sharing her field experience
Rini Kemprai, CDPS Research Assistant from Dima Hasao, sharing her field experience
Some of the participants at the Round Table Consultation