Tennille Duffy

Tennille Duffy

Tennille is a lawyer who practised in Sydney for over four years before moving to India to work for a non-governmental organisation in the area of police reforms. She briefly returned to Australia earlier this year to teach Criminal Law at the University of New South Wales and is now back in New Delhi. She now works in education services for a company that is at the forefront of producing innovative legal education and content solutions in India.

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The grim daily reality for women in India

The grim daily reality for women in India

04 Aug 12 It has been widely reported over the last few months that India is one of the worst places in the…... Read more

Are you being served? Would you like to be?

Are you being served? Would you like to be?

21 Jan 12 Articles like this one from the The New York Times explore a facet of life in India that most visitors…... Read more

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