International E-Seminar on Protection of Human Rights in the Era of Globalization: Contemporary Issues and Challenges
The Centre for Environmental Studies at Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat, Delhi NCR is going to organize the International E-Seminar on "Protection of Human Rights in the Era of Globalization: Contemporary Issues and Challenges"
About the E-Seminar:
The gradual waves of development around the world have not only brought changes in terms of different sciences and technologies but also made a deep impact on our approach of looking at the concept of Human Rights. The ongoing globalization has therefore posed a number of questions at the concept of welfare state which is considered to be one-to preserve, protect and promote these basic human rights of its people. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to revisit the idea of welfare state vis-à-vis protection of human rights. The intended International E-Seminar is, in this way, a platform to understand the technicalities involve between the ongoing globalization and the role of state in protection of human rights. The contemporary issues and challenges in different contexts, therefore, require a deep deliberation as to how state handles these two things simultaneously. Question such as "what happens when the state succumbs to the evils of emerging corporate influence?" will be a limelight of this event.
Protection of Human Rights in the Era of Globalization: Contemporary Issues and Challenges
- Environment and Human Health
- Emerging Issues relating to Environmental Pollution.
- Guidance and policy recommendations on Human Rights affected by globalization
- Role of international organizations / NGO's in protecting Human Rights in global era.
- Right to clean environment: A basic Human Right
- COVID- 19 and protection of Human Rights
- Trade War and Human Rights
Note: The above-mentioned sub-themes are not exhaustive. The Author can select any other sub-theme related to Protection of Human Rights.
The Abstract should not exceed 300 words and must be accompanied by a cover page stating the following: -
- Title of the Paper
- Name of the Author(s)
- E-mail address
- Postal address and contact number
- Full Research Paper:
- The paper should have a minimum of 3000 (exclusive of footnotes) & maximum of 5000 words (inclusive of footnotes).
- There can be only an Author and one Co-author. Inclusion of more than one Co-author will result in automatic disqualification.
- The main text should be in Times New Roman with font size 12 pt and spacing of 1.5.
- The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, font size 10 pt with single line spacing.
- One inch margin on all sides should be maintained.
- Citation Style: Bluebook 19th Edition.
- All correspondence must be sent to email address: email@example.com
- The full paper must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 29th January, 2021 with the subject as "Submission of Full Paper for International E-Seminar".
Note: All submissions must be the Author's original and unpublished work. Any amount of plagiarism will attract immediate disqualification.
In case of co-authorship, both the participants have to register & pay separately. While filling the Google form, participants will be required to upload the screenshot or receipt of payment so made, therefore the participants are first required to pay the registration fee and then register. Registration can be done by filling the following Google form latest by 23rd January, 2021.
- Indian Participants:
- Students: Rs. 300/-
- Research Scholars: Rs. 300/-
- Academicians and Professionals: Rs. 500/-
- Participants from outside India:
- Students: US$ 02
- Research Scholars: US$ 02
- Academicians and Professionals: US$ 02
|Submission of Abstract:
||23rd January, 2021
|Confirmation of Abstract:
||23rd January, 2021
|Last date of Registration & Fees:
||23rd January, 2021
|Submission of Full Paper:
||29th January, 2021
|International E-Seminar/Online Presentation:
||3rd February, 2021
Note: The above-mentioned dates shall be strictly followed.
Mr. Rishabh Jain
Ms. Shivani Narwal