GameChanger’s research on Right to Play included as part of the Amicus Curiae submissions to Supreme Court of India

We thank Senior Advocate Mr. Gopal Sankaranarayanan, the Amicus Curiae in the case of Kanishka Pandey v. Union of India, for providing our team with an opportunity to share our research findings on the recognition of the Right to Play, in jurisdictions such as the US, UK, EU, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand.

Our team comprising of Sreerag MararWilfred Synrem and Anurupa Mukherjee with some guidance from Amrut Joshi put together a Note that was shared as part of the Submissions made by Mr. Sankaranarayanan on behalf of the Petititoner.

The Supreme Court of India has asked the Union and State Governments to provide their opinion with respect to the submission of Mr. Sankaranarayanan that physical literacy ought to be recognised as a fundamental right under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.

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