Call For Papers: MPDNLU's International Conference On Human Rights [29th Mar To 1st Mar]

Aasavari Rai
6 Dec 2019 5:52 AM GMT
Call For Papers: MPDNLUs International Conference On Human Rights [29th Mar To 1st Mar]
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Madhya Pradesh Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur is organizing an international conference on Changing Dimensions of Human Rights in the Globalized World.

Dates: February 29 to March 1, 2020

Papers for presentation in the international conference are invited from academicians, practitioners, researchers, scholars and students on the issues related to specified themes.


  1. 1.New Dimensions of Human Rights: National and International Perspective
  2. Human Rights and the Constitution of India
  3. International Human Rights Law and the Constitution of India
  4. Protection of Human Rights Act, 1993: Promises and Realties
  5. Judicial Enforcement of Human Rights in International Law
  6. 2.Human Rights and Environment
  7. Relationship between Human Rights and Environment
  8. Human Rights Perspective of Sustainable Development
  9. Human Rights and Climate Change
  10. Damage to Environment and the Liability of Corporations
  11. Right to Livelihood of Forest Dwellers and Conservation of Forest
  12. 3.Human Rights of the Vulnerable and Marginalized Populations
  13. Human Rights of Children
  14. Women and Human Rights
  15. Protection of Minorities Including Sexual Minorities
  16. Human Rights of Disabled Persons
  17. Protection of Rights of the Tribal and Indigenous Peoples
  18. Human Rights of Senior Citizens
  19. 4.Science, Technology and Human Rights
  20. Convergence of Science, Technology, Ethics and Law
  21. 'Sanctity of Life' vis-a-vis BioMedical advancements
  22. Advancements in Medical Science on Human Rights
  23. Progress in Information Technology and its Impact on the Right to Privacy
  24. Use of Forensic Science and Related Technologies in Criminal Investigation and Trials: Human Rights Dimensions

Important Dates:

  • Last Date of Submission of Abstract: January 10, 2020
  • Intimation of Confirmation of Registration: January 15, 2020
  • Full Paper Submission (Soft Copy): February 10, 2020
  • Full Paper Submission (Hard Copy): February 29, 2020

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