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Centre For Law, Governance & Policy Studies: Three Day International Conference on “Inclusiveness in Constitutional Democracy: Human Rights Concerns in the Globalised Era”

Simran Sahni
29 Dec 2016 3:29 PM GMT
Centre For Law, Governance & Policy Studies: Three Day International Conference on “Inclusiveness in Constitutional Democracy: Human Rights Concerns in the Globalised Era”
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This conference is a quest for addressing the status of fundamental values and essential indices in a Constitutional democracy in the context of this changing world order. The following sub-themes, viz.Exclusion, Vulnerability in a Changing Constitutional Democracy, Identities in a Globalized World- Heterogeneity Concerns, Towards Inclusiveness Advocacy, and Inclusiveness in India- a road map will be the focal points in the ensuing sessions. We fervently hope that this conference will be a platform for key talks on the subject by eminent personalities and be a furnace of intense deliberations by strategic panelists. It is indeed our pleasure to invite visionary members of legal fraternity to join us in the three day event and to make this endeavor a grand success.

Sub-Themes under Contemplation:

Identities in a Globalised World: Heterogeneity Concerns

  • Tribals, Dalits and Marginalised in a Constitutional Democracy: Concerns in a Globalised World

  • Gender, Sexuality and Globalisaiton through Human Rights Prism in a Constitutional Democracy

  • Faith, Culture and Morality in a Globalised World- Human Rights Concerns

Exclusion, Vulnerability in a Changing Constitutional Democracy

  • Development and Equity

  • Right to Decent Work: Challenges in Realisation

  • State Retreat and Accessibility to Public Goods

Towards an Inclusiveness Advocacy

  • Access, Participation and Visibility as Inclusiveness

  • Inclusiveness Paradigms in Policy Making and Governance

  • Auditing Social Inclusion

Inclusiveness in India- A road map

  • Role and relevance of an Equal Opportunity Commission

  • Inclusiveness in India : A Constitutional Critique


  • Registration shall be open from 29thDecember 2016 10:00 AM to 5thJanuary 2017 11:59
    PM through and due to limited number of slots, registrants shall be considered on first come first serve basis.

  • Registration Fees for Faculty is Rs. 500 and for students is Rs. 250 should be paid at the Venue on 11thJanuary 2017.

  • Registered participants will receive confirmation of participation in the registered email address.

  • All communications shall be made only through e-mail.


The participants may feel free to contact us over phone or email.


  • S.S. Girisankar (Co-ordinator):+91 - 9447434293

  • Meenakumary S. (Jnt. Co-ordinator): +91 - 9495385445

Student Co-ordinators

  • A.V:+91 - 8714310160, +91 - 8089062385

  • Sreelakshmi C.:+91 - 9400807870

E-mail: [email protected]


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