International Conference on Contemporary Challenges to Human Rights
Youth for Human Rights India is going to organize the International Conference on Contemporary Challenges to Human Rights
Date: 17th May, 2020
- Human Rights of Women and Children
- Status of Indigenous People and Minorities with special reference to the violations of their Human Rights
- Human Rights and Terrorism
- Human Rights violation of Migrant Workers
- Human Rights of Aged and Disabled
- Human Rights violation faced by HIV/ AIDS Positive Tested people
- Violation of Human Rights as a result of Environment Deterioration
- Human Trafficking and Bride Trafficking
- Freedom, Justice, Peace, and Human Rights Today
- Women in Conflict, Refugee Crisis and Gender Justice
- Gender sensitivity of the justice delivery mechanisms
- State responsibility to protect gender discrimination
- Women's property and inheritance rights
- Gender discrimination in marriage and divorce
- Gender-based violence
- Role of society in curbing gender injustice
- Gender Injustice on social media
- Women's representation and participation in politics/justice
- Challenges to Legal aid for gender protection
- Challenges to Legal protection of third gender
- Role of NGOs in advocacy of Human Rights
- Constitutional Rights and Safeguards Provided to the Vulnerable Groups in India
- Legal services for under-trial prisoners, women/child victim of trafficking and juveniles in juvenile justice system
- Role of NGOs in advocacy for Human Rights
- Enforcement Mechanism and Protective Laws: National Perspective
- Constitutional Rights and Safeguards provided to the vulnerable groups in India
- Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and LGBTQ Rights
- Religion, Culture and Human Dignity
- Protection of Children from Sexual Offences: A Socio-Legal Analysis with Special Reference to POCSO Act and Protection of Human Rights
- Gender Diversity in corporate Governance
- Migration crises and human rights
- Climate change, Environmental justice and Human Rights
- Persistent poverty, Rising inequality, and Human rights
- Corporate capture of the regulatory state: Implications for human rights and International law
- Business and Human Rights
- The above list is not exhaustive and the session proposals can be on any title related to Human Rights.
- Submit the soft copy of the Session Proposal/ Abstract at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Word limit for the Session Proposal: 400-500 words
- The length of full paper including tables, diagrams, illustrations, references, etc. should be 2500-8000 words. The paper should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 linespacing.
- The footnotes must be typed in Times New Roman, font size 10 with single spacing. The margin of 1 inch on all sides must be maintained throughout the paper.
- Bluebook 20th Edition/APA shall be strictly followed for Footnoting and referencing.
- The session proposal and the full paper should be submitted in soft copy and shall be sent to email@example.com with the subject line "Full Paper - International Conference".
- All submissions should be sent in .doc/.docx format only.
- Students and research scholars: INR 600
- For academicians and professional: INR 800
- For international participant: US $30
- Mode of payment will be mailed to the participants after selection of their session proposal/Abstract.
- Certificates will be awarded to all people including Non-presenters but attendees.
- Co-Authors have to register separately (Maximum of two coauthors are allowed).
|Submission of Session Proposal:
||30th April, 2020
|Acceptance of Session Proposal:
||2-3 days of submission
|Full Paper submission Deadline:
||8th May, 2020
||17th May, 2020
Ms. Aastha Chahal