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Together with the Center for International Law Research and Policy (CILRAP), Mithya Labs and the Nuremberg Academy, HELM Studio is pleased to announce the launch of the Lexsitus e-learning platform!   The Lexsitus open-source e-learning platform is designed to assists in the retrieval of international criminal law sources,...

HELM Studio partnered with the Interstate Migration Alliance (IMA) to develop a digital portal to facilitate collaboration, cross-learning, and information sharing between Migrant Rights Centers (MRCs), grassroots organizations and migrant workers. The IMA portal provides multi-lingual (Hindi, English) and easy to read information on enrollment...

The Virtual Police Station (VPS) serves dual purposes as an innovative training tool for police officers and an educational tool for the public. Users are able to experience and explore every room within a police station in 360 degrees.   With the click of a mouse, a...

Toxics Link is one of India’s leading environmental NGOs. They wanted to work with HELM Studio to create an interactive training module in biomedical waste segregation for a set of varied trainees: doctors, nurses, ward assistants, and hospital administrators.   This nationwide training system had to be...

This 360-degree interactive documentary transports the user to a tea garden in Assam, India. The breathtaking beauty of the gardens stands in stark juxtaposition to the inhuman living and labour conditions faced by tea garden workers. Users can pan and zoom around the tea garden,...

In partnership with the Society for Labour and Development (SLD), HELM Studio created Lockstitch Lives, an interactive, virtual archive that documents experiences of migrant workers in Gurgaon, India. Lockstitch Lives aims to bring the challenges associated with exclusionary urbanisation to life using 360-degree multimedia, virtual...

The need for police reform in India has been widely recognised for decades. In 1979, the National Police Commission produced eight reports and dozens of recommendations for better policing. In 2006, after a ten-year legal battle in a public interest litigation popularly referred to as...

Perhaps no other space is as visually evocative of Mumbai’s transformation as the mill area, which has been integral to its financial and cultural growth. Mythologies of Mumbai, a seven-year project of Partners of Urban Knowledge and Action Research (PUKAR), is an extensive archive of...