ALC National Conference: Government Accountability & Transparency [17th Oct; Noida]

Aasavri Rai

5 Sep 2020 6:46 AM GMT

  • ALC National Conference: Government Accountability & Transparency [17th Oct; Noida]

    The Research and Development Cell at Asian Law College (ALC) is organizing a National Conference on Government Accountability & Transparency: A Global Perspective.

    Conference Date: 17th October 2020

    Venue: Asian Education Group, Plot A2 Marwah Studios Complex II, Sector 125, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201303


    1. Economic accountability and government policy implication
    • India's 53rd Budget Transparency and Accountability
    • Policies vis-à-vis Paranoia: Food Crisis in the face of Pandemic
    • Health vs Wealth: Tax and Government Transparency in the age of Covid-19
    • Tracking Policies for Clean Drinking Water and Sanitisation

    PM Care and RTI

    1. Rights of labourers and role of state
    • Labour Rights and Standards
    • Protection of Migrant Labourers in India and abroad
    • Push and Pull factors of Migrant Labour
    • ILO and Labour Standards
    • Migrant Labour and Social Security
    1. State, censorship and protest in global world
    • Politics of Care
    • The State and Rights of Minorities (religious, ethnic, racial, etc.)
    • Human Rights and Human Genome: A Critical Approach
    • Media Activism
    • Protest Cultures
    1. Law Enforcement, Technology, And Political Transparency
    • Police Reforms and Accountability: Current Issues and Challenges
    • India's National Security post-COVID-19 with special reference to Drone Regulation, Air-space management, and Legal Risk
    • Role of CSR in the Welfare of Industrial Workers
    • E-Governance and Accountability
    • Criminalization of Politics Affect Political Participation- A Critical Evaluation
    1. Role of government in new education policy
    • National Education Policy, 2020: Equitable and Inclusive Education
    • Regional Languages and New Education Policy
    • National Policy on Education 1986 and the New Education Policy
    • Skill India and New Education Policy
    • Self-Reliant India (Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan)
    1. Exploring citizenship, identity, and conflict
    • Role of Government in the issue of Ethnic Identity, Autonomy Movement and Conflict
    • Frontier Regions and Problems of Citizenship
    • Efficacy of Protective Mechanism
    • Different Theories of Citizenship
    • Ethnicity, Territoriality, and Citizenship
    1. Internet governance and cyber jurisdiction: analysis from a global perspective
    • Internet Jurisdiction and Trans-Border Access
    • Need for Regulation in Cyberspace
    • Identity Theft: A Modern Crime
    • Digital Diplomacy Vis-à-vis Digital Democracy
    • Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing & New Challenges

    ** The submission must be restricted to above mentioned themes and sub-themes only.

    Eligibility: The Conference invites Students, Academicians, Researchers, Scholars, and Practitioners with a keen interest in multidisciplinary research.

    Registration Fees:

    • Students: Rs. 750
    • Research Scholars: Rs. 1100
    • Academicians/Lawyers/Professionals: Rs.1500

    Important Dates:

    · Submission of Abstract: 15th September, 2020 [extended to 28th September, 2020]

    · Confirmation of abstract selection: 19th September, 2020 [extended to 30th September, 2020]

    · Submission of Registration fees and transaction details to be sent on: 26th September, 2020 [extended to 3rd October, 2020]

    · Submission of Full paper (only Soft copies in .doc file): 10th October, 2020 [extended to 14th October, 2020]

    · Conference Date: 17th October, 2020

      Note: Although the event has been planned for in-person presentation at the institution, it may be turned into a Virtual event depending upon the circumstances in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic. In abstentia submission will not be accepted in case the event is executed in virtual mode.

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