iJustice, a public interest legal advocacy initiative of the Centre for Civil Society (CCS), was started in the year 2013. It aims at advancing laws promoting personal, social and economic liberties, and at the same time imposing limits on the powers exercised by the State, through strategic litigation and legal advocacy.
iJustice envisions an India where every individual can enjoy the right to life, liberty and property.
To advance the rule of law based on individual freedom and economic liberty through litigation and advocacy.
Core focus areas:
- Right to Education: iJustice advocates for an education market where all can avail education of their choice.
- Livelihood freedom: Taking forward CCS’s Jeevika: Law, Liberty & Livelihood Campaign, iJustice is focusing on effective implementation of the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014.
- Others: iJustice also works towards advancing the fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression and other governance related issues.