International Conference on Feminism and the Law
The ILS Law College, Pune, India is pleased to host the inaugural International Conference on Feminism and the Law: Revisiting the Past, Rethinking the Present and Thinking the Way Forward from 10th to 12th February, 2012 at ILS, Pune.
The Conference is being held in honour of Professor S.P Sathe, former Principal of the ILS Law College, Pune whose contribution to public law is recognized nationally and internationally.
The Conference is supported by the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales and the Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney Australia and aims to bring together academics, lawyers, researchers, students and activists from around the world to explore how women's experiences have been structured, impacted, controlled, or ignored by law; the challenges posed by globalization, growing militarization and fundamentalism to the law and legal structures, and the possibilities and limits of realizing women's rights through the law.
The conference will be held over three days and explore the following themes:
- Feminist Litigation
- Feminization of Poverty
- Teaching Gender
- Gender & Violence
- Women & the Environment
- Women & Globalization
- Women & Reproductive Rights/Health
- Women & Sexuality
- Women & Trafficking
- Women & Work
- Women & Militarization
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