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Two-day Virtual International Conference On "Global Ramifications Of International Human Rights: Challenges And The Way Forward" By Adamas University [Registrations Open]

Aseer Jamal
23 Feb 2021 7:22 AM GMT
Two-day Virtual International Conference On Global Ramifications Of International Human Rights: Challenges And The Way Forward By Adamas University  [Registrations Open]
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The School of Law and Justice, Adamas University is organizing a two-day Virtual International Conference on Global Ramifications of International Human Rights: Challenges and the Way Forward on 10th and 11th April, 2021. Date Day 1 - 10.04.2021 (05:00 pm onwards) (IST) Day 2 - 11.04.2021 (04:00 pm onwards) (IST) Theme: Global Ramifications of International Human...

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The School of Law and Justice, Adamas University is organizing a two-day Virtual International Conference on Global Ramifications of International Human Rights: Challenges and the Way Forward on 10th and 11th April, 2021.

Date

Day 1 - 10.04.2021 (05:00 pm onwards) (IST)

Day 2 - 11.04.2021 (04:00 pm onwards) (IST)

Theme: Global Ramifications of International Human Rights: Challenges and the Way Forward

Sub-themes:

  • Role of IHR in Securing Equality and Dignity.
  • IHR and Gender Justice.
  • Relevance of International and Human Rights Conventions in assuring Right to Life.
  • Extent of Enforcement of the Spirit of HR by NGOs working for the cause.
  • IHR for Indigenous People and Vulnerable Groups
  • IHR for Stateless Persons, Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Internally Displaced People
  • IHR and Democracy
  • Trafficking in Persons and the Role of IHR
  • IHR and South Asia: A Structural-functional Perspective

IMPORTANT DATES

  • Registration (for paper presenters and participants): Ongoing (First Come First Served basis)
  • Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: 28.02.2021 (11.59 pm)
  • Notification of Acceptance: 07.03.2021 (11.59 pm)
  • Deadline for Submission of Full Paper: 04.04.2021 (11.59 pm)
  • Date of International Conference: 10.04.2021 and 11.04.2021

How to submit?

Abstracts must be sent to [email protected] (Mr Nilanjan Chakraborty, Assistant Professor) with cc to [email protected] (Ms Suvashree Ghosh, Assistant Professor)

Contact:

For any issues regarding registration, contact Mrs. Shubhi Mack (700365017).

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